And the conclusion to a great series of reviews.
And here we are at the conclusion of Misha Burnett’s bizarre, yet beautiful series. This will likely be a series review just as much as a review of the last book, Gingerbread Wolves. Allow me to put things in perspective for a bit. I have a full-time job, a wife, three kids, and another on the way. Somehow, I still managed to finish this entire series in about 10 days. That says more about the quality of the books than it says about me.
Everything seems to have lead to this. James finds himself swamped by his sister’s, Agony’s, suicidal desire to use her corporate empire to challenge the power of the Outsiders. Worse, Agony has been planning this for a long time, and, given her inhuman and amoral nature, there is nothing and no one she will not use to achieve her goals of world domination, oops, I meant…
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