3 a.m. (Henry Bins 1) by Nick Pirog

3 a.m. (Henry Bins 1)

By Nick Pirog

  • Release Date: 2013-10-19
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 569 Ratings
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The average person is awake for sixteen hours a day.
Henry Bins is awake for one.
He wakes up each day at 3 a.m. then falls asleep at 4 a.m.
Life is simple.
Until he hears the woman scream.
And sees the man leave the house across the street.
But not just any man.
The President of the United States.


  • 3:am Bins Time

    By 4freedlm
    The kind of series that hooks you on the sample chapter—before you know it you’ve read everything Nick Pirog has written and still aren’t sure how to spell his name or who he is. His Henry Bins character is quirky, sarcastic, and intelligent. The story of Bins’s crazy sleep disorder is fleshed out as the characters are added, done in such an artful way that you don’t question how he fits so much into every 60 minutes. It’s laugh-out-loud funny getting to know his relationship with his adopted cat, Lassie. I've enjoyed a weekend of the entire series immensely: and am half way through Pirog’s Thomas Prescott ex homicide detective/injured FBI series. You’re going to have to fall for this artful writer yourself—I can’t say enough about his cleverness and authentic style. A satisfying read!
  • I love Henry Bins!

    By Tica1955
    I just love this character and I love everything Nick Pirog has written. I agree with other readers. I have never read an author that makes me laugh out loud so much! My husband isn’t that jazzed about it when he’s sleeping next to me but what can I say! I can’t put these books down.
  • Short thriller that I couldn't put down!

    By Aggie_04
    I stumbled upon this book when looking for some good summer reads. Because it's a shorter story, I easily finished it in one day and immediately went on to read the next book in the series. Love the main character, love the premise!
  • Fun

    By NDFit
    Another great little story from Nick with plenty of twists and turns, I'm hooked and he's my favorite new author!

    By 3805JB
    Enjoyable reading. Caught my interest from page One. Engaging plot. The ending got a little confusing and had to read it twice.
  • Surprised

    By Whoosh why
    I was expecting this book to pass the time for me, without really being hooked. I was wrong, it is fantastic. The story line and characters are strong and I am pleasantly surprised!

    By Bull Ramous
    Loved it. Can't wait to read more of this author's work.
  • Henry Bins is the bomb.

    By Again, holy sh*t.
    I've never written a review before though I've read many many books. I will generally go to top 100 free and if I read one book by an author and like it I might go buy the next in the series. I've downloaded everything I could get my hands on after reading Unforeseen. I read seven of Nick's books this weekend, four of them today. Mother's Day. And I'm a mom. So what I wanted to do today I got to do and it was read his books. I've told my husband enough that the guy who generally only reads stuff about quantum physics, counter terrorism and woodworking is now going to start Unforeseen. The characters are great - I'd like to drink a beer (or maybe a scotch) with Thomas Prescott and Henry Bins. Hilarity ensues. There's animals and who doesn't love animals, particularly a narcoleptic pug and a conversating cat? Best stuff I've read in a long time. Keep it up Nick!
  • 3 a.m.

    By RenéeA
    The book description of 3 a.m. caught my eye in iBooks & within minutes I was well on my way to hanging out with a new favorite character, Henry Bins (Lassie is a close second). I finished up with 3:10 a.m. last night & l’m looking forward to see what happens at 3:21 a.m., due out 12/20/14. Fans of Nick Pirog should also get to know Thomas Prescott, starting with his iBook, Unforeseen. Another great series! I think Henry & Thomas would hit it off over a 3:00 a.m. happy hour if they happened to meet up one night…Kudos overall to Nick Pirog. He’s self-published & has done a heck of a job! Keep ‘em coming!
  • 3 a.m.

    By Spaghetti & Meatballs
    First off, it is quite informative about Harry Bins, gripping. Never, ever a dull moment. Love this author. Read everything you can get your hands on.