Revolver is a book that's both fast and slow: it took me just a few hours to read, but the pacing was slow (but the good kind of slow!). The events of the book span just a few days with little dialogue and a lot of tension.
What I really loved about this book was all the thought Sig put into what he was going to have to do. I've read so many action/thriller books where an antagonist is killed without thought. Sig spent a long time considering all the implications of shooting Wolff.
The prose was spare and captivating, and everything from Sig's emotions to the previous events that led up to the climax was explored in depth.
The final chapter put the events of the book into perspective, and gave a view on the events of the book from an older Sig.
I give Revolver a 5 out of 5. I recommend it for anyone looking for a short, intense read.