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    Highly explosive, high-powered, rapid-fire awesome

    So, Cas Russel is back, dodging bullets and kicking ass. You'd think we'd get tired of it after the 20th scene. But, for one, we have a slightly different Cas pulling the trigger this time. She has a team. She calls the shots. She's pissed instead of scarred. And she doesn't kill left and right anymore. That allows this sequel to feel fresher. On the other hand, the author's style is simply irresistible. You'd hear me chuckle every few minutes at some well paced sentence, and laugh out loud from time to time. The book occupied my bed stand for only three days. That means I was reading into the morning hours. Hard to put down indeed. Now, was it better than Zero Sum Game? Shit, I'd have to read them in a row. Which I most certainly will as soon as the details of this one fade from my memory. Not sure. I think I liked Cas hunted better than hunter. They definitely share the anticlimatic ending and we're still waiting for a proper car chase with Russell at the wheel.

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