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- Publication Date: July 29, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00E8HX16Q
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #729,497 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
What really makes this series though, are the multi-dimensional characters. I’ve gone through a range of different emotions with these characters, and I flip-flop back and forth with some. Regardless of whether I love or hate them, I do so intensely! I can't wait to learn more about some of the characters in future books.
Seriously, the suspense, the action, the drama and even the sex is turned up a thousand notches in this book. And the reason being? Mister Dante Rata takes center stage. A model-esque bad boy with plenty of demons who catches the eye of pretty much everyone in South Auckland. The story pretty much revolves around him and an underground pornography ring that he accidentally gets thrown into. But the story doesn't stop there. There's also people getting drugged and kidnapped, the creepiest father-son duo of villains you'll ever meet, a psychotic ex who's trying to get in the way of Dante and Beth’s new formed relationship, and a Russian Roulette game that will have you on the edge of your seat, or in my case, on the floor rocking back and forth in a dark corner in tears. Nah, just kidding.
There's also a wide array of interesting characters that will appeal to EVERYONE. A cast so huge, yet you'll remember everyone's name, story and what makes them special even after you've reached the end.
Did I mention this book is HUGE?! Well it is! And the cool thing about it is, the author has a way of gluing your eyes to that kindle and swiping away at those pages, you'll be done with it in a matter of hours!
Other random thoughts:
It's hard to review a book without giving away any spoilers, so I'll keep it vague.
I HATE Ant Torres!! And if you've read Graffiti Heaven, you'll know exactly who I'm talking about. He's grown now and one of the most disgusting villains in the whole series, right up there along with Chaz and Craven. The things he does in this book are unforgivable. He made me cringe so hard, it actually caused me physical pain.
I've also had a change of heart about Beth. Yeah I know, she was annoying as hell in Behind The Tears and she's done some pretty bad things in the past (haven't we all?), but once you meet Dante's ex Kara, you'll see that Beth's actually not that bad. You'll even see the fighter in her and how much she really cares for Dante. I can proudly say that by the end of the book, I ship Dante and Beth! And Kara can go burn in hell!
A blast from the past:
While this book has a lot of new characters (my favorite being Saul) you'll also see some old favorites making cameos in a really cool way. Tama, Nike, and my favorite chick of all-frikin-time, Jenna Hamilton. Though her appearance was the shortest, I can't wait to see what's coming up for her in the future now that we know she's a MMA Fighter and “romantically” linked to Tama. (Whoops, SPOILER ALERT. My bad.)
So in conclusion, this book is totally kickass and FILLED with culture that I really advise you to give it a try! Even if it's too edgy or a bit out of your comfort zone, take a chance and I promise that you won't regret it! :)
Dante, ah where to begin. I hate the expression sex on a stick but it seems right when referring to him. He is so damaged and used, poor guy just wants to be loved for who he is. There isn't anything he won't do for his family. That is clear by this book.
Beth, eh she is so wishy washy. And the return of Kara...
The ending was a little cliffy for me.
I highly recommend this series to anyone who loves a good fast paced drama.