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Carlson wastes no time in getting right into the action; book 3 picks up right where the last one left off. The group splits up in order to get what they need to create the cure for the nefarious drug known as Plush. One of the things I like about Carlson is that she doesn't waste 6 to 10 pages recapping events like most books and tv shows do. She lets the previous books take care of business on their own.
The world and cast of characters continues to grow, just as the danger continues to escalate. We see a lot of growth in the characters we've come to know and love. Daze continues to be a great character, and Daze begins to open up more and more, so we are getting to know everyone better. Carlson continues to improve her style a well. This is a fun fast paced slice of tasty action that makes James Bond look like a blind geriatric quadraplegic with Alzheimers disease.
Wilder, does that name fit these books or what, continues to make the danger seem real, and the action happen like ten tons of C-4 going off in a submarine. She is just amazing, and you can tell she really enjoys the Danger books.
This is a great series, once you start it you get hooked and want to keep going.
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After defeating Tandor and his people, Holly is in the need of saving an innocent woman infected with Plush. It seems that the essential ingredient for the antidote is far down South, in an area which was in the past called Florida. Daze and Case will join her, and they will take a secret device that will help them in their mission.
I’m loving these series. It took me a while to get used to Amanda Carlson’s writing style but I’m happy I stuck with it. The three main characters really grew on me, and I quickly became attached to them. Holly’s crew, all secondary characters, are for me less recognizable, and they blur into each other, but that may just be my personal perception. Nevertheless I really like Holly and her badass attitude, Case and his turbulent past, and Daze and his great potential. These three characters feel like real people, and their dialogs are fluid.
The plot and rhythm of this story felt perfect, with a couple of twists and surprises. The new charactes they met were quite interesting, and I foresee an amazing fourth book. The story arc of this book is complete, but their fight against plush and its perpetrators is just taking shape.
This is a very good series but what makes it shone is Emma Wilder’s narration. She really became Holly, giving her a defined style that perfectly matches her badass attitude. And not only that, the other characters interpretations and voices are also amazingly well done. Emma Wilder is a top notch narrator.
I’m looking forward to book four, I just need to know what happens next!
I received a copy of this book in audio format from the narrator in exchange for an honest review.