Next Exit, Use Caution (The Exit Series) Paperback – February 24, 2019
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- Publisher : Independently published (February 24, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 388 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1795788259
- ISBN-13 : 978-1795788250
- Item Weight : 1.45 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.97 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #354,031 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Use Caution picks up shortly after the events from the explosive end of the previous book and doesn't let up. Someone is targeting those closest to our master assassin, and they have all the hallmarks of a well-trained killer. So well that Alina - code name Viper - and Hawk suspect there is more to the assassin who has them in his sights. The only question is who sent him. And why.
As if Alina doesn't have enough to deal with. Home in New Jersey after a disastrous overseas jaunt, Alina is called upon to help with every detail of planning the funeral of her former fiance. Good thing too, because it's there that the web surrounding his death begins to unravel, exposing more than the killer on her tail.
It exposes the past.
Before he takes out yet another of her loved ones, Viper must set aside everything and everyone to confront the truth of who is trying to destroy her life just when she's finding it again.
And in the process uncover the traitorous mole buried deep within the United States government.
As I said, Use Caution is my favorite of the series thus far. The POV scene shifts and overabundance of "ly" words from previous books are absent here. There's a nice balance of action and emotion, pitting the humanity of Alina against the cold, calculating alter-ego of Viper - and it works extremely well. The plot moves along at a good pace and never feels bogged down, even though we're dealing with a lot of Alina's personal issues in discovering and confronting things from the past. There are even a few laugh-out-loud moments, particularly within a touching scene during the funeral.
And that opener! My heart was in my throat and kept me up reading late into the night.
But you'll have to read it to find out what that shocker is.
A rare five star from me for this fifth outing in the Exit Series. I received a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes and was not compensated in any way for my review. Matter of fact, I bought it to add to my permanent library collection.
First idiot among all idiots is childhood friend Stephanie-FBI. Oh how I wish she was killed off in book one. She is guilty of all the above, and more. Often multiple times. She is described in every book as a "skilled investigator". NOT ! Her only successes are fed to her by the protagonist. Sometimes her acts are so empty headed I have stopped reading to do something less irritating. I'll finish the series. Unlikely to read any of the author's other offerings.
If you are one of those people that hollers at the movie screen saying "STOP-SHOOT HIM-NO ONE WOULD DO THAT", then you will be oft annoyed as you read this series.
I enjoy reading the plots but am getting extremely tired of "eyebrows soared" and "lips twitched".
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Looking forward to book6. Does anyone know when it is coming out ?