Author - Robert Bidinotto
Published - November 30, 2017
Length - 536 pages
The third book in the Dylan Hunter series.
Has it really been three years since we've heard from Dylan Hunter? Yes, it has.
Buckle up, it's going to be a bumpy ride.
Dylan and Annie are still dealing with the events from Bad Deeds and while everything seems to be settling down and the future looks promising, it isn't long until old and new enemies change the course of both their lives.
Overall the book is an excellent addition to the series. The extended time between the last two books did create some issues simply because I could not remember the second book so, all the details referred to in this book were hard to recall clearly. Fans of the series may want to go back and a least skim the previous book Bad Deeds to get reacquainted. New readers, feel free to pick this one up and know that you won't be the only one feeling a little lost but for the best experience I would recommend starting at the beginning with Hunter and read straight through. Might be a great holiday gift idea for those other readers in your life.
This book really seems to highlight the fluidity of life and love especially when external factors are applied. Just when you think the paths are going one way they blow up and then change again, much like being bounced back and forth in a tennis match.
Even feeling somewhat lost with the past events you get a solid line on most of the characters and what motivates them.
For me, the most puzzling character is Detective Cronin. Even after reading the book I can't say that I have a good idea of what the future is for this character but it seems like it could be a pivotal role in the following books.
I look forward to the next book, hopefully, it will be much sooner, and would recommend to fans of the Action/thriller genre.
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