Welsh wisely has one sympathetic character in Pete. Pete’s the good guy, always paying for his mistakes. He’s the one trying to get his life straightened out by eeking out a living, being a part of his daughter’s life, and staying on the straight and narrow. Clearly, a bad thriller would actually allow good things to happen, and Pete is drawn back into the world of crime.
The other prominent character is Harry, who is a wealthy sadist. He finds excitement in hunting the man, who took his credit card and decided to dispatch his own form of justice…that brass-knuckle justice if you know what I mean. Harry is that traditional sociopathic killer, the one that everyone wants to play, and Geoffrey Lower is having a helluva time playing him.
“…a gripping, street thriller, that’s exciting to watch.”
Jay and Prez are the street smart element to the story. They know how to play the con and are not your typical street criminals. They’re not afraid to use high-tech devices to scope their prey along with their own brute strength and intimidation.
The thrills come with a little gunplay, a lot of punching, an elaborate hunt, and a lot of blood. There’s blood everywhere—leading to a gruesome ending. Disrupted is a gripping, street thriller, that’s exciting to watch. Andre Welsh tells a fantastic story with very few plot holes and loose ends.
"…also, Pete's still searching for his wife's killer."