He scores. He shoots. He misses.'Funny, violent and surreal...Hitman will blow you away' Howard Marks
A paranoid, reclusive old woman offers you a hundred grand to kill someone. Trouble is, you're no silent assassin and your target is a man endowed with enormous psychic powers. And yes...he quite clearly knows what you're up to.
You have two options:
1. Decline the offer.
2. Get a gun, get smashed out of your brain on every drug you can lay your hands on and hit the streets in your souped-up Beamer whilst your "hit" draws you deeper into his bizarre hallucinatory world.
The choice is yours.
Taking in the sights and sounds of modern London as seen through the bleary eyes of our (tragi-)comic (anti-)hero, HITMAN is inhabited by a cast of grotesque movers and shakers, casualties and misfits, all of them scattered from the corrosive underbelly of the showbiz dream.
A sure-fire hit - Evening Standard
The first-person perspective is turned upside down, creating a hypnotic world of adrenaline and paranoia, where nothing is certain. A non-stop sprint to the end - The Times
A black, comic homage to William S. Burroughs - Daily Telegraph
A meeting of minds between Elmore Leonard and Timothy Leary...bonkers as you like and more fun than chasing the dragon wth the Happy Mondays - List
It's a high-speed, surreal...trip - Face
Funny, violent and surreal...Hitman will blow you away - Howard Marks
Fast-paced and decidedly over-the-limit - Mirror
A comic-crawl through a spliffed-out London clubland - Guardian