Ferocious by Paula Stokes

Ferocious

Paula Stokes returns to the world of Vicarious in this sequel, a high-action psychological thriller with a protagonist out for vengeance.When Winter Kim finds out that her sister is dead and that she has a brother she never knew about, only two things matter―finding what’s left of her family and killing the man who destroyed her life. Her mission leads her from St. Louis t...

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Ferocious Reviews

  • Stacee

    Oh man, this is was amazing. I didn't reread Vicarious before I started this and I probably should have, but I was pretty excited to get to it.

    Winter is a straight up BAMF. She's stronger than she thinks and it so satisfying to see her come to that realization. Jesse and Baz are delightful in their own ways and the three of them work quite well together as they are complimentary as a trio.

    Plot wise, it goes back and forth between build up and madness and it's fast paced right from the beginnin

    Oh man, this is was amazing. I didn't reread Vicarious before I started this and I probably should have, but I was pretty excited to get to it.

    Winter is a straight up BAMF. She's stronger than she thinks and it so satisfying to see her come to that realization. Jesse and Baz are delightful in their own ways and the three of them work quite well together as they are complimentary as a trio.

    Plot wise, it goes back and forth between build up and madness and it's fast paced right from the beginning. There's always movement and plotting and in between there's some sweetness and kissing. As the ending gets close, there are a few surprising moments that had me guessing at what would happen next.

    Overall, I was captivated right from the start and I constantly straddled the line of wanting to devour it and wanting to savor it. I loved the story and the epilogue was a perfect as it could be.

    **Huge thanks to Paula for sending me an arc and Tor Teen for providing a finished copy free of charge**

  • Alyssa

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    Ferocious by Paula Stokes

    Book Two of the Vicarious series

    Publisher: Tor Teen

    Publication Date: August 15, 2017

    Rating: 3 stars

    Source: ARC sent by the publisher

    Summary (from Goodreads):

    Paula Stokes returns to the world of Vicarious in this sequel, a high-action psychological thriller with a protagonist out for vengeance.

    When Winter Kim finds out that her sister is dead and that she has a brother she never knew about, only two things matter―finding what

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    Ferocious by Paula Stokes

    Book Two of the Vicarious series

    Publisher: Tor Teen

    Publication Date: August 15, 2017

    Rating: 3 stars

    Source: ARC sent by the publisher

    Summary (from Goodreads):

    Paula Stokes returns to the world of Vicarious in this sequel, a high-action psychological thriller with a protagonist out for vengeance.

    When Winter Kim finds out that her sister is dead and that she has a brother she never knew about, only two things matter―finding what’s left of her family and killing the man who destroyed her life. Her mission leads her from St. Louis to Los Angeles back to South Korea, where she grew up.

    Things get increasingly dangerous once Winter arrives in Seoul. Aided by her friends Jesse and Sebastian, Winter attempts to infiltrate an international corporation to get close to her target, a nefarious businessman named Kyung. But keeping her last remaining loved ones out of the line of fire proves difficult, and when all seems to be lost, Winter must face one last devastating decision: is revenge worth sacrificing everything for? Or can she find a spark of hope in the darkness that threatens to engulf her?

    What I Liked:

    Ferocious is a little different compared to its predecessor, Vicarious. While Vicarious had a lot of action and jaw-dropping reveals, Ferocious felt more introspective. Fans of Vicarious will not be disappointed with this sequel, as it brings the story to a game-changing climax and wraps up everything in a neat fashion.

    This book picks up fairly closely to where the previous book finished. Winter is determined to find the brother she never knew about it, and she leaves Jesse and Baz to recover in the hospital in St. Louis, while she goes to L.A. But trouble follows her to L.A., and she finds herself with Jesse and Baz heading to Seoul. Kyung has the ViSE tech that Winter was determined to protect, and she will stop at nothing to get it out of his hands and to make him pay for all of his crimes.

    The pace of this book is much slower and involved more planning (in terms of what Winter, Baz, and Jesse were doing). I didn't mind this because the slower pace seemed necessary, with all that Winter had to take in, at the end of Vicarious. While most of the action deals with Winter trying to get the tech back, the other big part of the story is Winter's mental state.

    This book has Winter's mental illness at front and center. Winter is trying to figure out who she is and who her alters are, and what she can do to control these parts of her. I like that Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) is something that is talked about a lot in this book - meaning, it is something that constantly appears on the page. Winter worries about losing control to her other alters. She worries about not being strong enough to do this or that. She worries that there is nothing she can do to be "normal" again. But at the same time, she talks about DID to Jesse, and her therapist, and Baz. It's not something that she keeps in secret, and I liked that she kept things so open.

    Winter is such a private and sometimes closed-off person, which was obvious in book one, and is still obvious in this book. I must say, the author stays true to Winter's character. Not that you would expect the author not to, but Stokes does an excellent job with the characterization and character development of all of her characters. Winter felt the most real and well-written, probably because the author spent the most time making her flawed and imperfect and human and real.

    Jesse is a constant support, always there for Winter, and a big part of the story. Baz is another pillar of support. Jesse was ex-military, and Baz was... something. He has connections to people with dangerous things in Korea (like hand-held weapons), and he is pretty handy to have around. But besides that, Baz is a a nice guy who means well. (If you're wondering, he was a friend of Gideon's, who was Rose's boyfriend and a father-figure to Winter.)

    The romance in this book is suuuuuuper slow-burn and barely there. Well, it's something that comes up every now and then, but the majority of the romance is Winter trying to figure out what she wanted. Everyone and their mother could tell that Jesse loved Winter (Winter was well aware too). But Winter kept sending mixed signals because she didn't know what she wanted. Again, slow-burn, until the very end. A little too slow, given that the romance is slow-burn across the series, but not necessarily a bad thing. No swoony moments though, unfortunately.

    Props to the author for doing such a great job with the setting (Seoul, mostly) and Korean culture. There are sprinkles of the Korean language, food, and customs, and of course most of the book is set in Seoul. To me it was clear that the author knew what she was writing about and had done her research. (Also, if anyone is curious, Stokes lived in Seoul for some time.)

    The climax didn't feel super exciting mostly because by that point you can figure out who is going to live, who is going to die, who is going to end up with the tech, etc. It's a cookie-cutter ending with not a single important death, so take that as you will. It's a good ending but maybe a little too perfect?

    What I Did Not Like:

    I feel like there are little things about this book that bothered me and I can't say I loved the book. Liked, yes, but not loved. I already mentioned how I thought the ending was a little too perfect, in a cookie-cutter kind of way. I honestly expected this one person to die, or another specific person, but literally no one dies, which was kind of irritating. And I was referring to good guys (in terms of people who I thought would die)! Usually there is at least one major "good guy" death.

    The romance was soooooo slow. Don't get me wrong, I love slow-burn. But this was borderline annoying. I wrote above that it wasn't a bad thing and it really isn't for some people. And for most of the book, it didn't really bother me too much. But in the back of my head I kept thinking, nothing is happening! I understand what Winter needed to think through, but she wasn't attempting to think through certain things (like romance), so I didn't know what the point was.

    Can I also mention how way-too-perfect Jesse seemed? I am all for sweet boys, but I think Jesse was a little too sweet and perfect. It was really hard for me to wrap my head around his constant I'd-do-anything-for-you-Winter attitude. Can you imagine a young boy in the 21st century carrying on like that? Y'all. I'm 22 i.e. around Jesse's age. It would be a hard NO. Also I'm not sure I see his motivation. I get that he loves her but before he loved her? Why?

    "But this is fiction, Alyssa!" Yeah and he is STILL too perfect, selflessness aside. The guy never gets upset. He never gets irritated. He never throws a tantrum or a fit or has a ticking jaw. He literally neverrrrrrrrr feels any kind of negative emotion, EXCEPT maybe the occasional flash of disappointment when Winter doesn't want the breakfast he orders, or something like that. And it's like, a flash of disappointment and then he is back to his peppy self. Y'all. I'm sorry. But no. You could be the most even-tempered person (and I know plenty of those) and you'd still get irritated over this or that, in front of people.

    There was something about this book's plot that was a little lacking, especially considering how extreme and intense book one was. Maybe it was the whole "gotta-steal-back-the-tech" thing? I always find that kind of plot hard to believe because you're tell me untrained seventeen-year-old teenagers are outsmarting men in the forties/fifties with high-tech security and state-of-the-art technology and all of that? My imagination stretches pretty far but with these kinds of plot, I'm not always a believer. Especially when I thought there were a bunch of situations in which Winter got lucky, or there was some sort of deus ex machina at work.

    Also, a small thing, but I'm so lost as to how Jesse appeared to make a miraculous recovery from the hospital in the early chapters of this book. He was in the ICU in St. Louis wrapped up in bandages upon bandages, and then two days later he hops on a plane, pops out in L.A., kicking down doors and chasing people? And yet he was healing from a gunshot wound and wounds that Winter inflicted on him? As the story goes on, there is mention of how Jesse has to slow down to take stairs, and his bandages have to be checked. But you understand what I'm saying, right? He basically did a 180 in less than 48 hours or so. If I had gotten shot (I think he got shot once at the end of book one, if I remember correctly), I would be chilling for days, if not weeks. This circles back to my mention of how Jesse's selflessness is very, very unbelievable.

    Another thing? Does Winter ever feel bad about how she physically hurt Jesse? Not to mention that she manipulates him emotionally throughout this book (by stringing him along, until she finally makes up her mind). But she physically hurt him at the end of the book one, and I don't recall seeing her feel any kind of guilt at all, in this book. Maybe a fleeting thought. No apology or anything. And yet, Jesse treats her like she is Beyonce. Y'all. I can't deal with this fictional, fictitious boy.

    Little things, right?

    Would I Recommend It:

    I highly recommend Vicarious but I can't say I really recommend Ferocious. I mean, I don't think anyone who loves this series and author will be disappointed - and if anything, all of my dislikes could be just me. But Ferocious didn't have the same impact that Vicarious had. I think it would have been better if Vicarious had been a standalone. Ferocious seemed kind of expendable and unnecessary - I could have been satisfied with Vicarious (but with a different ending - maybe Ferocious's ending). Vicarious was so good.

    Rating:

    3 stars. This was a difficult rating for me because I so wanted to love the book, and I gave it a higher rating initially. But that was me fooling myself and trying to force myself to feel that way. I liked the story but I just didn't love it, and the issues I had with it were enough to impact my rating. Still, I'm not disappointed and I'm glad I finished out the series. I'm looking forward to reading more by this author!

  • Shelley

    *Source* NetGalley

    *Genre* Young Adult, Thriller, Mystery

    *Rating* 4.0

    *My Thoughts*

    Ferocious, by author Paula Stokes, is the second and final installment in the author's Vicarious duology. As we learned from the previous installment, Winter Kim's sister (Rose) is dead, the man who she thought of as a father figure (Gideon) is also dead. Jesse Ramirez and Sebastian Baz Faber are in the hospital, and it appears as though Winter may have a brother who she never knew. A brother who was born after Wint

    *Source* NetGalley

    *Genre* Young Adult, Thriller, Mystery

    *Rating* 4.0

    *My Thoughts*

    Ferocious, by author Paula Stokes, is the second and final installment in the author's Vicarious duology. As we learned from the previous installment, Winter Kim's sister (Rose) is dead, the man who she thought of as a father figure (Gideon) is also dead. Jesse Ramirez and Sebastian Baz Faber are in the hospital, and it appears as though Winter may have a brother who she never knew. A brother who was born after Winter and her sister Rose were given up for adoption in South Korea, and later brought to Los Angeles.

    *Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews*

  • Stephanie Ward

    4.5 Stars

    'Ferocious' lives up to its name and then some. It's a fantastic science fiction novel full of action and thrills, and it's sure to have readers devouring the pages. I've read several of the author's other books, so I'm familiar with her amazing talent and storytelling abilities. This definitely was no exception. The writing was awesome - she brought Winter's world to life in front of my eyes with vivid imagery and detailed descriptions. I easily slipped inside Winter's mind and world r

    4.5 Stars

    'Ferocious' lives up to its name and then some. It's a fantastic science fiction novel full of action and thrills, and it's sure to have readers devouring the pages. I've read several of the author's other books, so I'm familiar with her amazing talent and storytelling abilities. This definitely was no exception. The writing was awesome - she brought Winter's world to life in front of my eyes with vivid imagery and detailed descriptions. I easily slipped inside Winter's mind and world right from the beginning of the story, and I didn't come back out until I finished the last words.

    Winter is a fierce main character, but she was still easy to connect with. She's been devastated by the loss of the two people in the world she loved, and she's out for revenge. She's determined, smart, resourceful, and strong in so many ways. The author made her realistic in her flaws - including her broken heart over the loss of her sister and her need for revenge and make the people responsible pay. I really liked getting to see inside her mind and experience the story from her perspective. The author wrote the story in the first person - from Winter's point of view, and I'm so happy that she chose to do it this way. It's by far my favorite writing style because of the deeply personal connection it allows the reader to have with the narrator. I think it was a perfect fit for the novel and it brought Winter's story closer for me. I very highly recommend this book for fans of the author, as well as fans of science fiction, dystopia, and thrillers.

    Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

  • nick

    3.5/5

    Winter Kim and her friends race back in this sequel and finale to the Vicarious duology, this time armed with a thirst for revenge for the deaths of her loved ones and the desire to find and protect her brother, on the streets of South Korea.

    Winter’s dissociative identity disorder (DID) plays a much more significant role in Ferocious, and is an interesting look into the mental health illness. Though I can’t speak to how authentic the representation of DID is in the book, it certainly feels

    3.5/5

    Winter Kim and her friends race back in this sequel and finale to the Vicarious duology, this time armed with a thirst for revenge for the deaths of her loved ones and the desire to find and protect her brother, on the streets of South Korea.

    Winter’s dissociative identity disorder (DID) plays a much more significant role in Ferocious, and is an interesting look into the mental health illness. Though I can’t speak to how authentic the representation of DID is in the book, it certainly feels like Stokes has taken her time to research the subject matter meticulously. Admittedly, the DID is used as a plot device at times, and the book could have done with a deeper look at Winter’s alternate personalities, to make it come across as a stronger element of the novel. Winter’s blood-thirst, determination and struggles with who she really is make her an interesting protagonist. Though she often time makes questionable decisions, she remains a likable character throughout Ferocious, and you find yourself rooting for her happiness. Her love interest, Jesse, once again plays a pivotal role in her life, often times anchoring her to her reality, and helping her feel valued and loved. While undeniably Jesse comes across as overly perfect at times, his selflessness and kindness make him hard to dislike.

    The romance between Winter and Jesse feels very stagnant at times throughout the book, with Winter not entirely ready to give in to her feelings and attraction to Jesse, and her focus solely being on her mission. It feels slow, but the build up makes it more realistic. Regardless, this is a romance that will most likely either satisfy fans immensely or frustrate them because of how slow it is. The mission, involving a mysterious but shady businessman, the stolen ViSE device, and Winter’s brother, is at the center of Ferocious. There are plenty of action-packed and bloody scenes, but Ferocious also has some pacing issues. Much of the middle of the book involves planning for the ultimate mission and how to take down Kyun, the businessman who has ruined Winter’s life, so not a lot happens. Most of the midsection of the book involves exploring the food culture in South Korea, which admittedly was a great addition for a foodie like myself. The book is also lacking in any major surprises and feels mostly predictable.

    It’s still a very readable sequel, and wraps up Winter’s story nicely, but looking at the duology as a whole, Vicarious was the stronger book.

  •  ⇝LEAH⇜

    Book Title: Ferocious

    Author: Paula Stokes

    Series: Vicarious #2 (duology)

    Genre: Older YA, Science Fiction, Thriller

    Publisher: Macmillan-Tor/Forge

    Setting: LA and Seoul, South Korea

    Source:

    Book Title: Ferocious

    Author: Paula Stokes

    Series: Vicarious #2 (duology)

    Genre: Older YA, Science Fiction, Thriller

    Publisher: Macmillan-Tor/Forge

    Setting: LA and Seoul, South Korea

    Source:

    I feel that Ferocious rocked for a second/final book. It's well paced, action packed, and never boring. In my review for Vicarious I said this is a toned down not-quite-so-violent Kill Bill meets Strange Days, and this is true for the second book too…just less Strange Days and more

    , which is another story about a girl with DID. It also has the added bonus of Jesse and Winter's romance…so sweet and blended in seamlessly with all the action going on.

    This begins right where book 1 left off…and has Winter more than ready to get her revenge on Kyung for everything he has done to her family. Once the setting changes to Seoul, everything ratchets up a notch. The food, people and culture descriptions, are so well researched I felt like I was there myself.

    Oh yeah...one more thing...this duo would make an excellent movie or movies.

    Plot: 5/5

    Main Characters: 5/5

    Secondary Characters: 5/5

    The Feels: 4.8/5

    Addictiveness: 4.8/5

    Theme or Tone: 5/5

    Flow (Writing Style): 5/5

    Backdrop (World Building): 5+/5

    Originality: 5/5

    Book Cover: 5/5

    Ending: 5/5 Cliffhanger: Nope, not at all.

    ? Most definitely.

  • Cait (Paper Fury)

    I mean the first book was "SOLVE SISTER'S MURDER" (it's in the blurb so not a spoiler don't panic smol child) but this book was like "STEAL BACK TECHNOLOGY" and I just??? I'm very much less invested in technology than I am in sisters. I think this means I have a soul and that worries me too, wow and ouch.

    It's like the

    of

    I mean the first book was "SOLVE SISTER'S MURDER" (it's in the blurb so not a spoiler don't panic smol child) but this book was like "STEAL BACK TECHNOLOGY" and I just??? I'm very much less invested in technology than I am in sisters. I think this means I have a soul and that worries me too, wow and ouch.

    It's like the

    of normal for me to really love the romance most of all, but I did!! I think Winter x Jesse's slowburn relationship was absolutely adorable and full of really well written character development!! So pleased!!

    • Lots of action scenes were there is stabbing and shooting and badass girls taking no shennanigans.

    • It's actually mostly set in Korea this time! I loved the details that really made it pop off the page and just it was written with such care! I could tell the author had been to Korea for sure.

    • SO MUCH DELICIOUS KOREAN FOOD.

    • It really delves deeper into Winter's mental illness and it was explored really well. I also think it's 100% awesome that it included a positive and healthy outlook on therapy and getting help. A lot of books fall into the trap of making that, like, a villain? But not so here! HURRAH.

    • Jesse is an adorable little lamb.

    • I cannot ship Jesse and Winter enough. <3 Plus I loved that their relationship (firstly starting as friendship) is built on

    . Jesse knows what Winter has been through and he won't push or make demands. He's so sweet. And Winter is so respectful of him too as she figures out if she has room to love. They had SUCH cute moments.

    • I do think this book focused a lot more on characters which is GRAND.

    • And some of the dialogue had me snorting quietly and being very pleased with the banter levels.

    • I also liekd not knowing who was good vs bad, because HI. Who wants to be calm while reading? Clearly not me.

    • Okay so I struggled to stay engaged with the plot because a lot of it was just stalking around Korea and trying to steal back this tech and I just??? Didn't really care, tbh.

    • Note: I am also SO bad at thrillers sometimes, so maybe just send me to the corner of shame. I need to learn to be thrilled.

    • I often struggled with the writing style and feeling quite detached from the action/pain/emotion happening. Winter would

    what she felt, but I wanted to SEE and FEEL it myself. The writing felt a bit too factual and clinical at times. I think this is just a writer-style-preference-thing? So it didn't really work for

    , but that might not be the case for all!

    • There was way not enough burritos. I suffer with Jesse.

    • I honestly felt like I was just there to see if the characters lived and got to fly majestically into the sunset...instead of being invested in the story. I

    the fluff scenes vs the action scenes. Which is weird because generally I'm opposite!

    But the ending was super good and I'M HAPPY. I just think the stakes were way too low compared to the first book and there was nothing to tug at my heart strings. But also can we take a moment to say that shade of blue on the cover is FAB.

  • Jen Ryland

    I liked this even more than the first book - thought it wrapped up well and loved the Seoul setting.

    Full review to come.

  • Bentley ★ Bookbastion.net

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    After the jaw dropping events of Vicarious, I was totally unsure how the events of this book could possibly play out. In the interest of avoiding spoilers, I'll just say that there were some plot-twists in the first book that I didn't see coming and Paula Stokes used them to her benefit here to keep the story fresh and moving in directions I didn't exactly expect them to go.

    Another thing I enjoy abou

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    After the jaw dropping events of Vicarious, I was totally unsure how the events of this book could possibly play out. In the interest of avoiding spoilers, I'll just say that there were some plot-twists in the first book that I didn't see coming and Paula Stokes used them to her benefit here to keep the story fresh and moving in directions I didn't exactly expect them to go.

    Another thing I enjoy about Stoke's writing is that she takes risks as a Young Adult author, especially writing in a contemporary setting. She doesn't tie herself down to a single setting and instead had Winter and the surrounding characters jet-setting off on an globe-trotting adventure over the course of the plot. It really opened opportunities to include diverse characters and locations that Stokes uses to her advantage. Again, those looking for a story that celebrates the strength of diverse relationships between characters would likely find a lot to love here.

    One thing I thought detracted a bit from my enjoyment of this book over the first was that the plot was a little less engaging for me. I preferred Winter's search for her sister over a search to recover the ViSE technology. Unfortunately, I don't really think that the technology's importance was really established enough in the first book for me to really get behind why it was so necessary to recover it here. There were a lot of moments that I thought Winter should just let it go and move on with her life and recovering her mental health because the true nature of how the baddies wanted to use the technology isn't really explained until nearly the end of the story.

    This brings me to Winter. With the plot twist at the end of the first novel, I thought a bit of her agency was removed in a way I didn't totally love. It's really difficult to explain without spoiling the twist from the first book, but it involved Winter not totally being in control of a lot of her actions in this book. It felt like each time the stakes got raised here, Winter was pulled out of danger by a solution that felt a bit like cheating. Thankfully, her decisive nature and personal strengths are returned to her by the end of the story, so it's not all bad.

    The action from the first book is still present in this one. It just felt a little subdued at points, and I wished we had more focus on certain characters from the first book, rather than on new characters that were introduced in this one.

    ★★★

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  • Kelly Gunderman

    Check out this and other reviews on my young adult book blog,

    Paula Stokes is probably one of my favorite authors, and while I'm used to reading her contemporaries (such as

    ), I'm also loving her Vicarious series a lot.

    These books are so full of action, revenge, and a whole bunch of awesomeness. I'm surprised I haven't seen too much hype for

    , as

    was more than amazing - it completely blew me out of the water when I read it.

    Check out this and other reviews on my young adult book blog,

    Paula Stokes is probably one of my favorite authors, and while I'm used to reading her contemporaries (such as

    ), I'm also loving her Vicarious series a lot.

    These books are so full of action, revenge, and a whole bunch of awesomeness. I'm surprised I haven't seen too much hype for

    , as

    was more than amazing - it completely blew me out of the water when I read it.

    takes us back into the world of

    , picking up at the exact spot where

    leaves off, offering us plenty of adventure that carries over from the previous novel. Unfortunately, I don't think that you could read this one as a standalone - since it picks up where the first book left off, you're definitely going to read that one first. This being said, for those who haven't yet read

    , I'm going to make sure this review is as spoiler free as possible!

    If you loved Paula Stokes's writing in

    , you're going to love how seamlessly this book carries the story line over from that book. It's like we never left that world, and it's so super easy to fall back into the world and get reconnected to the characters. I can't recall the last time that I read a book that ended in such a way that when I started the next book in the series, I felt right at home - this book felt just like that comfy and familiar blanket that I wanted to curl myself up with.

    I love how much action is in this book - the pacing is so spot on and there really isn't ever a dull moment here. I tend to get kind of bored easily when books are slow paced and I end up skimming ahead because I don't want to fall asleep, but that isn't the case here and I loved every second of it. There's nonstop action going on from the very first page til the last, and if that's your type of book, you're really going to enjoy it.

    The basis behind this book is all about the main character out to get vengeance, and it really delivers. I love how driven she is and how she is willing to do anything to get revenge. This book has one amazing heroine that you can't help but really love!

    If you are a fan of Paula Stokes and haven't picked up

    yet, you really need to pick that up and read both of them - they are so well written and so much fun that you won't be able to put them down. If you've read

    and you haven't had the chance to pick this up yet, please, by all means, continue reading, because this conclusion is absolutely perfect!

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!


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