I usually don't write reviews, but I felt this was an exception. I have read other books by T. Due, so I wasn't disappointed in her writing skill. Some people complained that the book was too long and drawn out. But I didn't find that to be the case.
It was easy to identify with the heroine, and I felt her pain and her joy. The ending instead of a letdown, as some said, was more of a relief and a cleansing for me. The narrator was excellent, and it was well worth my time.
This was a fun way to spend some boring afternoons or nights. The story developed immediately and it takes you for a ride. The narrator was talented in going from one voice to the other, so you were never distracted from the story. I hope there will be a continuation of the hero in a sequel.
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