Ok, so I was hesitant to read this book because I wasn’t sure if it was satire or fan fiction or just a snub at the genre all together. I’m so glad I pushed my worry aside and cracked the binding.
The story line is one that we are familiar with but it has so many different angles that it is fresh and new (even though the characters are not).
I can’t go into much without giving away spoilers – I do want to say this though… It is listed as book 3 of a series and gives a vague reference to the series it is a part of. You know how there are those series or anthologies written by a bunch of different authors that have a slight common thread but don’t seem to really connect to the “theme”? This book is kind of like that. I really don’t think you have to read anything else in the series to have a firm grasp of the setting or plot points.
I say give it go; I don’t think you will be disappointed.
Review by @mauraharper