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Each book in the series stands alone as Vic/Tim, which is number 4 in the series timeline, actually was the first book written. When it was written people asked how Vickie got her start so the series began. Vickie in this book is in the prime of her life and is assaulted by a man named Tim hence the title of the book; Vickie and Tim.

Vickie decides to use her unusual and unique method of revenge on Tim. However things are not as simple as they seem and their lives become intertwined. Vic/Tim deals with many relevant social issues and mindsets. It is a dark comedy as all the books are in this series, however it sets the stage for the final book soon to be published.

©2015 Mike Sims (P)2017 Mike Sims

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Seemed "inspired" and then becomes a hodgepodge.

I received a free copy of this audiobook from the author / narrator / publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

From the edgy female protagonist, to a super bad nemesis, and the revenge plot - there is a lot in this book that reminds me of Kill Bill, and not in a good way. This book seems slightly, if not mostly, inspired by the main theme of Kill Bill. And then in order to be "different", the author dumps a jumble of various social issues and supposedly "behind the curtain" look of our society. As a result, the book ends up becoming a hodgepodge, where you lose track of what exactly are you supposed to be worked up about.

The narration was pleasing to the ear. But lacked infliction or distinction for different characters.