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Long Reach Ein Eddie Savage Thriller [Ebook] ➩ Long Reach Ein Eddie Savage Thriller By Peter Cocks – Buyprobolan50.co.uk In den Fängen der MafiaEddie Savage 17 Jahre alt wird als V Mann auf Sophie die Tochter eines berüchtigten Londoner Mafiabosses angesetzt Schnell gerät er immer tiefer in den ›inner circle‹ des In den Fängen Ein Eddie ePUB ´ der MafiaEddie Savage Jahre alt wird als V Mann auf Sophie die Tochter eines berüchtigten Londoner Mafiabosses angesetzt Schnell gerät er immer tiefer in den ›inner circle‹ des Clans gleichzeitig aber verschleiern ihm seine Gefühle für Sophie den Blick Auch der Boss entpuppt sich als freundlicher Familienmensch und wird mehr und mehr zur Vaterfigur für Eddie Eddies zunehmende Angst vor Enttarnung der Druck der Auftraggeber sein moralisches Dilemma und sein unauf haltsamer Weg mitten in die Hölle spitzen sich zu als er auch noch in einen Mord verwickelt wird.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 448 pages
  • Long Reach Ein Eddie Savage Thriller
  • Peter Cocks
  • English
  • 08 February 2016

10 thoughts on “Long Reach Ein Eddie Savage Thriller

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    When he is seventeen Eddie Savage learns two things the first is that his brother Steve has been working undercover The second is that his brother is dead Eddie is suspicious about the circumstances of Steve's death and decides to follow in his footsteps taking on a job to infiltrate the Kelly family and try to find out about Tommy Kelly the boss He does this through Tommy's beautiful daughter Sophie but is he falling for her? And is he getting in too deep?This was a BRILLIANT book The undercover and shady world of Tommy Kelly and the eually rather sinister department trying to get their man are brought to pulse pounding life by the intimate style of first person perspective writing We are in Eddie's head the whole time watching through his eyes and feeling the pain and panic of the events that he gets caught up inThe style of writing is as though someone had sat you down and was telling you this story verbally which makes it compelling and insistent to read I devoured this book in two sittings and it would have been one if I hadn't had to do my day job goddamit I started it on my lunch hour at work and found myself immediately caught up in Eddie's life to the point that I was almost late returning to work because I wanted to read just a little There are some harrowing scenes in Long Reach some that shocked me to the core Peter Cocks does not hold back in his portrayal of the very nasty world of underground crime I actually found myself cringing as I read the book wanting to look away but not being able toFor me the best part of Long Reach is Eddie wondering about his own moral compass As he is drawn into the Kelly family and their daily life he finds himself enjoying their company and is forced to address those ideas that no one is completely evil Crime bosses will go home and enjoy time with their families cooking Sunday lunches and taking dogs for a walk As Eddie's moral compass becomes confused I found myself contemplating the ideas that he is dwelling on which provides a real warmth to this novel which was in danger of being all glamour and no heartI also loved the ending there are no clean final scenes where Eddie is sat down and everything explained We leave Eddie hanging and this tremendous climax makes me want the second book NOW Write faster Mr CocksDEFINITELY read this book It is brilliant heart stopping fun with a fantastic protagonist in the form of Eddie Savage Awesome compelling writing that deserves to be widely read Go buy it now

  2. Kirsty Kirsty says:

    This book is fast paced gritty and a crackingly good readThe thing that I love about this book is that it is so different from any other Young Adult book I have ever read I've seen books with similiar concepts in the Adult section but nothing of its kind aimed at teenagers The book follows the story of Eddie a young man who after the death of his brother is drafted in to work for a private security firm His assignment is to get close to a girl of his age who is the daughter of a local crimelordI found Eddie to be a really interesting character He obviously wants to do the right thing but learns uickly that doing the right thing long term means doing some uestionable things short term I really liked seeing how his relationship with Sophie developed and how he grappled with his ideals and the morales of what he was doing as he went alongI was gripped throughout the book I never found the story to be dull at any point as there was so much going on as Eddie found his feet in his new position of double agent There were loads of parts where I couldn't put the book down because things were so intense and you weren't sure as the reader which way it was going to goReminiscent of something by Harlen Corben or James Patterson this fantastic new title tackles a genre which is not widely aimed at the Young Adult market An engaging fastpaced and thrilling read

  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    When Eddie finds out that his brother Steve is dead he also discovers that Steve has been working undercover for a government agency Eddie is convinced that his brother wouldn't have killed himself but the only way he can prove that is if he accepts the offer to take Steve's place His first assignment is to befriend Sophie Kelly the daughter of crime lord Tommy Kelly and try to find out as much as he can about the family's illegal businesses As Eddie gets to know Sophie and starts working for her father he discovers that being a spy isn't as easy as he thought it would be and he may need to use uestionable means if he is going to survive his missionLong Reach is the first book starring Eddie Savage as the main character and is an exciting start to what promises to be a popular new series The world Eddie enters is gritty and frightening definitely not one he will survive in one piece if he doesn't keep his wits about him Although this is a young adult series it doesn't hold back on the gritty side of the criminal underworld and includes some uite violent scenes Long Reach is an exciting and pacy read that I'm sure will be very popular with older teens and adultsThe story has a similar feel to Martina Cole's adult books and doesn't feel dumbed down for it's younger target audience As I read a lot of books by American authors I found the British slang made a refreshing change and it made the book feel real to me I loved the fact that it is set in and around places I know and have visited even my home town gets a brief mention and thought that Peter Cocks has done a great job describing these areas and the people who live there Each of the characters feel as if they could walk out of the pages and you could bump into them walking down the high streetEddie may be only 17 but his training when he joins the agency is brutal and punishing He has to be prepared both mentally and physically for the job he is going to undertake and you are left with no doubts that he is putting his life at risk Some of the team are worried about having someone so young involved but they need him to find a way into the Kelly family something they have been trying to do for a long time I did find I had to suspend belief a little to accept that someone of his age would be employed for this particular job but the story is so good that you soon stop worrying about that factWhen Eddie agrees to work for the agency he is doing it mainly to learn about his brother's life and to find out what happened to him The new skills he is taught and the gadgets that go along with them made me think of a young James Bond but I found him a much believable character As Eddie goes deeply undercover it is interesting to watch his attitude shift as he realises that the criminals aren't all bad and that even the good guys do uestionable things for the sake of their long term goals Nothing is black and white and it's the shades of grey that make the story so interesting to readMost of the story is told from Eddie's point of view but I also really enjoyed the sections that were from Donnie's perspective Donnie is a muscle man for the Kelly family who does whatever Tommy Kelly asks him to and reading about his daily life really helped give an insight into what Tommy was capable of The Tommy that Donnie sees is totally different to the family man that Eddie sees in the Kelly household Eddie knows about Tommy's criminal activities via the agency but it isn't long before Tommy takes him under his wing and starts to draw him into his world This is when things start to get complicated and Eddie finds himself uestioning everything But what will happen if Tommy discovers who Eddie is really working for?Long Reach is a great start to a new series and I'm really looking forward to reading of these books in the future I think this series will be popular with teenage boys but it is something that girls will enjoy reading too and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a fast paced thrilling read I will definitely be keeping an eye out for by Peter Cocks in the future

  4. Lyndsey O& Lyndsey O& says:

    Although not a book I would normally pick up myself I was excited to hear about it and be offered it for review I’m always on the look out for books I wouldn’t normally read to try and this one was definitely one of them I loved the sound of it and what it was about so couldn’t wait to dive right into the story Eddie was a character that I liked immediately It cant be easy under any circumstance to be told that your brother is dead let alone to find out that you didn’t really know him at all so I was immersed uickly into Eddie’s newly complicated life Thrown into a world he has no business being in Eddie doesn’t uite realise just uite what he has gotten himself in to Working for a government agency undercover sure sounds like a pretty cool job for a 17 year old boy but it is far from fun and games As his first assignment progresses getting close to the daughter of a crime lord Eddie’s confusion comes through clearly As he gets to know some new people in his life he begins to uestion everything he has been told about the people he shouldn’t trust Are they really as bad as they’re made out to be or is someone lying? I really enjoyed watching Eddie try to cope with the new things and people in his life and how he tries to figure out who he can really trust Throughout this aspect of the story I really felt like I got to know Eddie well and the kinds of things that he believed in and wanted What was refreshing was to see that nothing was dumbed down Being a YA novel usually certain aspects or situation wouldn’t have been as fully described but Peter Cocks isn’t afraid to tell things exactly as they happen I loved the inclusion of some uite violent and gritty scenes making Eddie’s life seem extremely dangerous Also the use of British slang was a welcome addition as reading a majority of American books makes me miss some of our own collouialisms The use of British slang made the characters a lot believable and real to me because they weren’t ‘fake’ teenagers I could picture these people in their settings and talking exactly the way that they did Long Reach is a fantastic start to what could be an even better series and one I will continue to want to read Following Eddie’s life is fast paced and exciting with twists and turns all over the place Each page was a new adventure and I couldn’t turn them fast enough to find out what would happen next I will be extremely excited to find out about Eddie’s adventures and how he copes in new situations A great read and highly recommended

  5. may may says:

    This year Walker Books are releasing a new range of YA fiction and the first of these publications is Long Reach by Peter Cocks At just over 400 pages it's pretty big but surprisingly it didn't take long to read Peter Cocks' YA debut is gripping and from the beginning places you right inside the world of Eddie Savage a teenager involved in infiltrating the most notoriously dangerous family in London The book takes you on a journey of love trust and betrayal The main focus is that of crime but don't be put off if crime isn't your thing It was the first book on that subject that I have ever enjoyed On that note however it must be recognised that this is not a book for anyone under around 13 or 14 The levels of graphic violence are extreme and immensely unpleasant It didn't alter my enjoyment of the book but I'm sure for others it mightWhat I particularly liked about Long Reach was a piece in the latter section of the book It was set in Croatia and Cocks described the area so well that I felt like I was there in glorious sunshine as opposed to rainy England Pretty impressive really Definitely a book therefore for rainy daysOverall Long Reach is a fantastic new title from Walker Books that I would recommend for certain It's clever and the storyline is modern with references to current technology and social media such as facebook The love elements are well written too and there's the usual premise of people who shouldn't fall in love doing that exact thing

  6. Rhys Rhys says:

    This review was originally posted on ThirstforFictioncomIn the world of espionage things are never as they seem Eddie Savage – a 17 year old school boy – is not who many think he is He’s neither Eddie or Savage and he isn’t a schoolboy either He is a spy taking revenge on the man that murdered his brother Tommy Kelly pack leader of London’s largest and most dangerous group of criminalsI can’t claim to be a heavy reader in YA thrillers but I like to think that I’ve read and enjoyed a fair few enough to know when I’ve found something special and different Long Reach is such a find a burst of adrenalin in the oft static thriller landscape of YA fictionLong Reach doesn’t read like a debut solo novel Peter Cocks collaborated with Mark Billingham to write Triskellion and certainly not a standard thriller Peter Cocks manages to reacts both the espionage and thriller genres to create something that is rarely seen outside the film industry a compelling story bursting with an energy comparable to the likes of recent James Bond films Except this time the story is based in very familiar territory if you live anywhere near London continue reading

  7. Carole Carole says:

    When 17 year old Eddie learns about his brother's untimely death and is offered the chance to work undercover for an organisation who operate somewhere in the gap between the police and the covert government agencies he doesn't hesitate Especially when he has to 'get to know' the pretty teenage daughter of the local ruthless killer and psychotic crime lord and try to infiltrate their notorious gangThis is a real Boys Own adventure story with a likeable hero in Eddie Savage beautiful but possibly dangerous women with a thrilling storyline and murderous gangstersThere was a good pace to the story a nice steady build up in suspense with good characterisationsA compelling and exciting read recommended for readers aged 14

  8. Finn Campbell Finn Campbell says:

    I read this book because someone told me it was better than Cherub so I wanted to see for myself It is on my bingo board under the category of A book written by a male It is about a a seventeen year old named Eddie Savage who finds out that his brother is dead and it could have been suicide He then finds out that his brother was working undercover spying on a a dangerous con artist Eddie is sent by the spy organization to date the con artists daughter and it turns into an epic and thrilling adventure I liked the characters they were interesting and well thought out I disliked the setting because all most all books similar to this one are also set in London I would recommend it to teenagers that like gritty and and exciting spy books like Cherub and Alex Rider

  9. Phil Phil says:

    Good read But a really poor endingEnjoyed the bookBut found the ending oddThere were too many things left unansweredWhich was a shame T

  10. June Jones June Jones says:

    Good unusual story a undercover spy who is a teenage boy different enjoyable

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