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In the final page of Adjusting Journal Entries he author seems to leave open the possibility the Eviscerating the Snake trilogy will become a longer series.
I have previously written brief reviews of the first two novels of this trilogy. I'll repeat from my review of Zero Balance, Book 2 of the trilogy: Warning: this series is dark, extremely violent, rather profane, very fascinating and addictive. Author Ashley Fontainne has a devious mind! Narration is excellent; however, this series would be better with both a female and a male narrator because it is written in the first person of both female and male characters. I've really enjoyed this dark suspense series.
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Adjusting Journal Entries is the third book in the Eviscerating the Snake series by Ashley Fontainne. In the first book, Accountable to None, we are introduced to the employees and partners in the prestigious Arizona accounting firm of Winscott & Associates, where the managing partner committed heinous acts on its female employees and our heroine, Audra, stopped Olin's tyranny. The second book, Zero Balance, deals with the aftermath of Audra shaking things up with the firm, including the mentally unstable former partner, Piper, who goes on a killing spree of the firm's employees.
In Adjusting Journal Entries the villain is fellow partner Nicole who resents Audra for ruining her secure life at the firm. In this book Nicole's backstory is wonderfully developed and we better understand why she takes the actions that she does. A few loose ends are also tied up nicely after a few thrilling scenes where I just couldn't listen fast enough to see how our heroine would escape.
I was extremely happy to have Sara Morsey back narrating. She does a fantastic job differentiating between the male and female characters and her voice portrayals between books is consistent (not all narrators do this). She was very believable as Nicole, taking her from a self absorbed workaholic to a demented madwoman over the course of three books. Well done!!
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