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    Standard Deviation of Death introduces us to a couple of characters mentioned slightly in previous books. Who? Well, there’s the famous Michelle Kitman who Kate fangirls over, so to say that Kate is excited about her is also an understatement. But Kate’s excitement is easily extinguished by the presence of her ex-boyfriend Kyle that’s been mentioned so many times in the previous books as the guy who basically set her career back several years. I was really glad that this book threw in some new characters in the dynamic that was already set up. While I love my main four, I like seeing their interactions with other people. It shakes things up and adds some wild cards into the play. Kate and Ian don’t know who else to trust other than Lipski and Ali, so when others are added into the mix, it makes me as a reader unsure about who’s loyalties lie where. (Although, to be honest there’s one character that I’ve suspected of evil since the beginning! And I have a good feeling it’s going to be confirmed soon!) With this book, we got to see more of the dynamic between Kate and Becker and their developing relationship. Something that has been teased at for so long that it keeps readers dying inside for something to happen between them. But now they’ve finally progressed to a degree that’ll satiate readers. However, I would say that there was some elements that were teased at in their relationship that I expected to be made into more of a spectacle to readers, but I felt as if it was brushed off and made less important to their relationship than it probably should have been. I know I’m being vague, but I’m trying not to spoil things while still giving my opinion. It was a minor feeling, but it was still there. And as always, this book delivered some great Ali moments. She’s my favorite character (but I love Lipski, Becker, and Kate too) with her snarky comments and her banter with Becker gets me every time. Kudos on several awesome Ali scenes, I was glad she played more of a role in this book, because she’s a pretty kick-ass character. I’d recommend the book just for her character alone. Overall, if you can’t tell by now I’m just hooked into The Outlier Prophecies and I recommend it to anyone I can. I give Standard Deviation of Death 5 out of 5 stars.
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