The Terminal List

The Terminal List

by Curtis Jackson

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When it comes right down to it - who would you kill? Who and how many?
Cliff Robinson is diagnosed with the gift of terminal cancer - a death sentence that frees him from the laws of society, as legal punishments no longer have meaning
Cliff now has time to extract revenge on those who wronged him, those whose death is a betterment, those who earned a place on The Terminal List!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000790779
Publisher: Curtis Jackson
Publication date: 01/17/2009
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 971,406
File size: 397 KB

About the Author

By way of personal background, I am an accomplished Silicon Valley Technology Executive with 20 years experience, the last 15 in a senior executive capacity. I have an MBA from a top tier university and am an honors grad from the Cal State System. I have been on the senior executive staff of both public and private companies, taken companies public, sold a couple and buried one - typical technology professional background. I have often been shocked, amazed and amused with how people mistreat people, how society is not really civilized and the most effective form of personal advancement is often targeted at the expense of those closest to you. Each reader will certainly know the people terminated in The Terminal List - although their names may be unique and personal to your experiences - but they have all the same sickness. In their own selfish minds, their personal insecurities justify the destruction of others quality of life. An alter ego, Cliff Roberts found the courage in his own terminal death march, that most of us lack in life. The courage to strike back, cleverly and lethally and make the word a better place

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Terminal List 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
janniealison More than 1 year ago
This book proposes many interesting ideas about death, relationships and one's faith. A good bit of thought went onto some of the concepts. At times it is repetitive. I was shocked, however, at the number of spelling and editing errors it contained - easily over 50! Didn't speak well for the author or publisher.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Stopped after few pages..