The Prumont Method
Although I loved the description of the book, I was very disappointed after reading The Prumont Method which takes readers into the mind of Roger Prumont, a man whose wife is cheating on him and whose job as a healthcare salesman is nothing short of boring. Roger creates a mathematical equation to help him figure out where the next mass shooting will be. Although the method is not perfect, Roger keeps getting closer and closer to arriving at the time of the next shooting.<br.
Traveling from city to city, living in motels, Roger meets some interesting characters. But it is Roger’s character flaws that are disappointing. Many times I thought to myself, “Is this guy an idiot?” He would ramble on about past killers and ponder about them and what their last words or thoughts were. He would also stick himself in situations and make a fool out of himself resulting in more than one black eye. I would have loved to understand more about how Roger came up with the method and how the method worked (even though it was fictional). Roger is just a sad man who has given up on life and the only person who seems to care is his adult daughter. Overall, The Prumont Method is quite boring and depressing.
|Page Count||240 pages|
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