When Perry ends up in Venice on a European tour with his band Inchworm, he can’t resist a visit to Harry’s Bar, where Gobi told him she’d meet him someday. The last time he saw Gobi, five people were assassinated one crazy night in New York City. Well . . . Gobi shows up, and once again Perry is roped into a wild, nonstop thrill ride with a body count. Double crossings, kidnappings, CIA agents, arms dealers, boat chases in Venetian canals, and a shootout in the middle of a Santa Claus convention ensue.
I was a big fan of the prequel to this book, Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick, and not just because that title is awesome. I just thought it was so fun to speed around New York City with Perry and Gobi as they take out people and dodge bullets. In fact, I enjoyed that book so much that I actually wrote a paper for a class comparing it to a class reading (yes, I did get an A in that class).
So, is it really any surprise that I'm eager to read Perry's Killer Playlist? No, no it really isn't.
Releases November 6, 2012 from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.