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A fight for what's right becomes a fight for his life.
As guilt plagues him, Matthew Elliott's world begins to spiral out of control. The harder he holds on, the more it slips through his fingers, and he's helpless to stop it.
Entering into the underground cage-fighting scene, he starts out fighting for what's right. The deeper he gets, the more guilt consumes him - the more pain he takes for his penance - and he's soon fighting for more than justice.
He's fighting for love.
He's fighting for his life.
The third edition has a new cover and has been re-edited, though no new content has been added.
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By Christina Wade on 08-12-18
Wow...this one hurt, a lot.
As I stated in my review of book 1…I’m late to this series and I have no idea why. It’s VERY different from anything I’ve read by Ms. Walker but so damn good. I did not read the synopsis of any of the books before I listened to this series…I really had no idea what the series was about or what to expect from it. I didn’t read any reviews (I never do) because I don’t want my opinion skewed in any way going into a story. I almost wish I had at least read something so I was better prepared because this book HURT. A lot. I also wish I had read this book before listening to it because then I might have maybe a little bit (but probably not) been prepared to have my heart wrenched out of my body by Mr. Crisden’s performance. God, his performance was perfect. (Did I say that in my first review? Is that too repetitive if it’s true? Maybe I should use flawless or impeccable…) All the voices, all the EMOTION…I just…
After what happened to Kira in book one Matt is just…broken. I normally hate to use that description, leaning more toward bent or something similar but those words just aren’t strong enough to describe how far gone Matt has fallen. And it takes him hitting absolute rock bottom to stop the cycle. And what’s worse is he takes Kira down with him. And this is going to sound kind of crazy but I love that they aren’t 100% fixed at the end of the book…they’re on their way to healing but there isn’t a ‘OMG the book is about to be wrapped up so I need to fix everything and everyone even if it doesn’t make sense’ rush at the end.
There were a couple of nice little surprises in this one as well as some great new characters and I love where Matt ends up.
And here I go straight on to book 3!
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By jane wilkinson on 07-20-18
Another Enthralling Instalment
This is the second book in a captivating trilogy and as such should really be read/listened to in order. We find Matt and Kira dealing with the aftermath of the events in the first instalment, Turning Point. Matt is heavily weighed down with guilt over what happened to Kira and vows to protect him from anything like that again. He keeps a big secret from Kira in this book and whilst I understood it was from a place of 'protection', I could totally understand Kira feeling hurt over the lies and betrayl. This is a darker toned book but it's just as gripping as the first, a lot happens and we are introduced to some great new characters.You really do feel a lot of emotions in this one and that has as much do with the brilliant narrator, Sean Crisden, as with the story. I was really pleased to see that Sean was narrating all of the trilogy as he did such a great job with Turning Point. He voices Matt and his emotions so well. He also nails the voices for the new characters, especially the FC fighters like Arizona too, keeping them very distinct. His rhythm and timing are impeccable and that makes listening to this audiobook both easy and extremely enjoyable. I highly recommend this one & you will immediately want to dive into Starting Point, the last in the trilogy to find out how everything turns out.