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Wild Justice: Book 2 of the Wild Series Paperback – February 26, 2010
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After reading the first book in this series I was excited to get this one read. The cliff-hanger at the end of the first book really had me anticipating how the second book would deal with that issue. I have to say I was not disappointed!
My favorite character in book one was Angela, so I was hopping she had a larger role in this book, which she did. The new characters introduced in this book were fairly good characters. Kyle I despised... Which I think was the point, and Cathy I felt sympathy for. She was caught in a seemingly loveless marriage, her only true companion is her pot-bellied pig, Miss Piggy. While I would have liked to gotten "inside" Cathy's head a little more I did think these two new characters were a great addition to the story. Dan I'm still not sure of. He comes off as being a bit of a jerk at times still and at other times he's so sympathetic and understanding. But this second book had led me to lean more towards liking him.
There was a lot going on in this book. Dan's got a whole new set of obstacles to deal with. Angela, being Dan's rock also has a lot to deal with. Then there's the animals that Kyle acquires. There were a few times when I had to put the book down because some of what happens to the animals in this one is hard to read. Being a lover of all animals made it that much harder. But the treatment of these animals justifies the end of the book and I think that just deserts were in order!
As with the first book we're left with a cliff hanger in this one and I can't wait to get to the third book! Another great story from C. Fern Cook!
Really not sure if Dan is a good guy or just an overzealous tree hugger who kills off anyone that steps on a flower. But seriously, storyline is original but the writing is a little rough and needs some fine tuning. There are some pretty gruesome scenes but I was genuinely impressed with the overall story. I do look forward to reading book 3 to see how Ms. Cook's writing style progresses and also how Dan and Angela's story grows.
I really like how Cook has come up with a series of truly original stories with her Wild series. As I said in my review of Wild Evolution, I'm not sure how to categorize these books, and I think that speaks well of Cook's originality.
I would definitely recommend this series to anyone who enjoys mystery, paranormal/fantasy, western/cowboy style stories, and just a bit of romance thrown in. Definitely worth the read.