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  • The Justice We Deserve - Reality Should Reflect It

    I loved this book so much!! The ending literally gave me goosebumps! I rated this book 5 stars, and honestly, every star was well deserved!! This book was so satisfying to read beyond the ' just finished reading it' satisfaction, or the 'I guessed many mysteries correctly' satisfaction. This story is so stunning in its honesty and boldness in the harsh reality of the setting, the morality of the characters, and the shared experience which is talked about that almost every woman in the world has faced. The setting, while fictional, is reflective of our society as a whole, and the story unfolds in such a way, that by the end, even though you know it to be fiction, you get a deep feeling of satisfaction of having been on such an exhilarating journey with the main character(s) and having been a witness to the kind of order that is so very lacking in our real world. Regardless of whether it's morally correct or not, I was definitely rooting for the main character(s) and even though it would highly looked down upon in real life, I wish our reality could have even a fraction of the justice payed to women that the book showcases. Although I gave the book 5 stars, one thing I would warn potential readers on is the anxiety of reading about and through the eyes of victims of: *CW: sexual assault, molestation, groping, non-consensual touching, domestic abuse, psychological abuse, emotional abuse, gaslighting, murder, incels, and rape. *There are no explicit scenes of rape, only mentions of such incidents. However, please pay heed to your own capability to read a book about such matters. I was aware of these situations in the story, but at times, knowing what's coming because it has been alluded to; raised my anxiety as I was reading the book. THAT SAID, I loved reading this book so so much!! It was so good; the writing, the pace, the characterization, the storytelling, the style of writing, the settings, the details, and of course, the main characters; were all so amazing and well-thought out. I loved everything about this story, especially the amount of things I correctly guessed/hoped would happen; which just increased my respect for such a novel and the author! I also absolutely ADORED the relationships between the women in this book. They were so well fleshed out, so well-written, and so well imagined, that it held the story together so well; otherwise the whole context could have been lost without that subtle nudge into the affirming love that the characters have. I also want to mention there are several bisexual women in this book which was AMAZING and so beautiful!! This is a queer-woman led story, with several other characters also queer, and I don't mean this to spoil the book for anyone, but rather to entice people to give this amazing book a shot! While the LGBTQIA+ community is not a focus or even a plot-point in this novel, the subtle way it is intertwined with the story makes it that much more special. Not because there shouldn't be a focus, but because the easy acceptance that underlies those scenes where it plays out makes it more nuanced in its inclusion rather than just a selling point for the book. I enjoyed reading this book so so much, and I highly recommend it to everyone that enjoys genres such as psychological thrillers, serial killers, murder mysteries, women-led books, queer character-led books, bisexual women, and/or books with justice in sexual assault cases, etc. *Thank you so much to the publishers; Gallery/Scout Press, and the author; Layne Fargo, for my free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

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  • I was completely numb

    Well… at least this is a fast read. 341 pages 75 pages 92k words Unfortunately I did not like the storyline. A story of a female vigilante, who is really a serial killer, did not work for me. The writing is not bad, but I wasn’t really impressed or engaged or thrilled. I found this book too hollow.

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