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We do get to meet a few new characters (literally) who help along the way. I especially like the twins and Lucy. The opponent was a formidable one and promised, in the end, that there is more cleaning to be done before Purity is safe!
I am looking forward to the next installment in this series and, hopefully, there will be more in it to explain Dani, Ben, and Jarrod and Ben will finally get some answers about what happened to him and his wife.
I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom! in exchange for an honest review.
Once again, we have an action packed read. We are brought into the action from the get go and it doesn't let up once throughout! The gang are thrown into perilous situation after perilous situation yet don't give up. This one is also quite darker than book 1!! We see some icky things but the villain and what he does is pretty dark!
Character wise, Dani is as kick ass and germophobic as ever. She still struggles with her fear of germs but doesn't let it get in her way either. Poor Ben is relegated down the chain and struggles with his own problems. He is trying to deal with losing his powers but also getting answers about what happened with his wife. We also have some new folk thrown into the mix! The twins are awesome!! Loved their interactions with themselves and others.
In all, this was another great edition in The Cleaners universe. Dark, action packed and engaging, this is a must read! I have become invested in these characters and can't wait to see where their journey takes them!
Michael Gilboe does a great job with the narration again. He is easy to listen to and distinguishes his voices perfectly so it's easy to hear who is talking.
*I received a copy of this for review. This in no way affected my thoughts.*
Dani, mostly over her germaphobia, works to discover her new role with the Cleaners and with that comes a surprising inner battle. I'm already looking forward to the next book to see how this continues to develop as she gains and loses command of her powers and body.
The mystery around Ben's deceased wife thickens, when links to many more dark and dangerous avenues are revealed.
My favorite part of this book is absolutely the diverse, strange little team that comes together. From Lopez the healer, to Lucy(who was in the first book!) the janitor who could totally take Ben in an arm-wrestling match if it came down to it! My favorite was the hot twins who happen to be rodeo stars, as well as defenders against the unclean as Maids. I loved how they defied Dani's expectations at every turn.
The villain is a truly excellent foe, not only because of the villain's terrifying nature (!) but also for the reasons behind the evil bidding. The danger and bits of gore presented are vivid and had a visceral effect on me as a reader that pushed me to keep reading. There were only some times where I was confused as to how the villain was affecting the Cleaners, but I was oriented and engaged most of the time despite some details slipping by me.
Overall, I'm so ready for the next book in this series. I couldn't get my mind off the book even when I had to put it down to go about my day. So many events and characters surprised me in a truly welcome way. This guy can spin a yarn.