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"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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This book picks up where the 2nd book left off, right before the Spring trial. I'm not going to give a lot of details with this review since it'll give too much away, just know that there are a lot of surprises in this book. The Spring trial was totally Hunger Games-like, even more so than the one in the 2nd book. They weren't as tame as the 2nd one either, so just a heads up that it gets pretty graphic. You do learn the 7 rules of the Acquisition though and they're as bad as you probably expect.
My emotions were all over the place for much of the book. I swear Sin had the emotional ups and downs of a woman, so I just wanted to slap some sense into him (although he would have enjoyed that a bit too much). He was just frustrating at times and it was hard to tell if he was serious or just playing the part to trick others, but of course you soon learn his reasoning behind everything.
The final trial was heartbreaking, but I admired Stella's courage and loyalty. She is a strong woman who protects those she cares about.
The only thing that was left unspoken though was what happened to Stella's father in the end. I wish we had some closure on that relationship.
The author keeps you wrapped up in this book until the very end. Even the final chapter before the Epilogue will make you gasp in surprise and experience some sorrow. But the Epilogue was worth it all :-)