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Glitched (Lexy Cooper) (Volume 4) Paperback – March 31, 2015
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Now that you've caught up, Lexy goes about healing from her trauma in her very Lexy way. She heads down a pretty self destructive path. You start to wonder if she's going to be able to recover this time.
Then, of course, there's the murder. The girl does seem to find trouble wherever she goes, but partly that's thanks to her curious nature and natural stubbornness.
What can I say? I love Lexy. I love Uncle Mike and I love to hate Rogers. I enjoy watching Lexy struggle to deal with her problems, because life's like that. Sometimes you get a happy ending to your chapter. Most times, you don't know that it's the end of a chapter at all. Life keeps on, and you keep up with it and do your best to be happy.
Seems to me, that's what Lexy is doing, only she's doing it while helping the cops solve murders and dealing with stuff that would probably have me hiding under my bed.
The book also deals a bit with gender inequality issues and does it quite well in my opinion, at least it showcases the different ways that men and women are treated on the Internet, sadly very accurate. That said, it's not heavy handed, and it flows with the story really well.
I can't wait for the next Lexy Cooper.