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    Short, fast paced and gripping

    Anarchy is book tenth and final book in the death stalkers MC series (correct me if I am wrong but the next series is the next generation). This story is short, fast paced and gripping read. I have been eager to read this story since finishing the previous story: Reckless. I liked Mikey. He was attracted to Emma instantly but he tried to resist her. I liked Emma. I liked that she wasn’t too judgemental to her new living situation and ‘’new’’ family. I did feel sorry for her after what happened to her father and siblings. The chemistry between Emma and Mikey was clear to see and I liked them together. I liked seeing Mikey try and resist Emma. He was told he had to wait until she turned eighteen, which were a few weeks after she arrived. They soon developed a friendship and the attraction between them grew daily. I liked that Emma was the one that gave Mickey his road name. I understood why Lucy and Whip were wary of Emma after their link to Emma’s mother. I did like that they slowly came around and got to know and like Emma. I was amused by Tracy, I found it funny that she dubbed I was a little disappointed that we didn’t get a little of the aftermath of what happened to Emma. She seemed to be over what happened to her. She wasn’t upset, angry or broken over her attack. Not that I wanted her to be broken but I thought it would have really affected her. I did like the similarities between Emma and Lucy and both what they went through. But at the same time, it felt slightly samey, samey. The only difference between the attacks was that Emma wasn’t pregnant and that she didn’t lose a baby because of it. That being said, I liked that Emma finally got to understand what her mother had put Lucy through and the reasons surrounding what Lucy did to Amy. The storyline for this book is easy to follow and it is an action packed read. I cannot wait for the next generation series to start. I will give a trigger warning. This book features an event that may cause triggers due to the subject of sexual assault.
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    Go out with a bang instead of a whimper

    I am sad to say that I am vastly disappointed in this book. It was a lackluster and underwhelming ending and conclusion to a series and really just made me wonder what the point in writing the book was. I couldn’t really see any passion or originality behind the work and it honestly just felt like the author was milking the same plot from book one. To say that the story was rushed is an understatement. It all went over so fast that I didn’t see any development happening. Not in the relationship and not to the characters. I have had issues before in the series where I felt it was rushed and lacking some depth, but nowhere near this bad. Emma and Mikey felt like rehashed versions of Lucy and Jordan, except that they didn’t have much of any chemistry between them. Sure, the dialogues between suggested that they were head over heels in love, but nothing in the story made me actually believe it. All there was was those dialogues that tried to convince me of what I didn’t see and that only made it worse. They had nothing to say to each other than sappy sentiments of how into each other they were. Rule number one is to show the reader their connection through depth, growth and action, not to tell us through conversations. What have me the most annoyed however is how senseless this book was. I don’t understand what the point of ending the series with a copy of the first book. Because that was what Anarchy was. It was the same plot, but way less depth and way too rushed, with just different characters. History repeats itself? Was that the point of the story? Because the way it was handled didn’t really tie all the books together at all, not like the end of the previous book actually did. And all that heavy stuff from Reckless, where did all that go? It had a big impact so it should have been a major thing in the conclusion to the series but, minus a vengeful President (where was even Lady in all of this?), it was like it never even happened. If you ask me having Emma and Mikey as the main characters was the first mistake. Having a recap of the first book was the second. Since this was the final book it should have been used to wrap things up in a complex, original and impactful way. It even had all the ingredients to do so with a tragic backbone to lean on from Reckless, plus the fact that we learnt that there was a bigger enemy at play throughout the series that still hasn’t been dealt with. Involving completely new characters forced the story to stay unresolved and it gave an unsatisfying ending. I’m just spitballing here, but I think it would have been better use the previous main characters as actual main characters instead of having new lesser copies of the old ones that weren’t there when everything went down. They could have concluded the story beautifully since they were actually there through it all. No need to start a new story when you have the old ones to conclude. Go out with a bang instead of a whimper.
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    Amazing end

    Amazing end to an amazing series! This series was amazing! This book was amazing loved how it tied to the first book!
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    Thumbs down!!!!

    I was really disappointed in this one for alot of reasons i can't really say without giving the whole story away! It was too short, too rushed and overall a huge disappointed compared to the others in this series!
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