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- Print Length: 212 pages
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01H2AZC8A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #327,365 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sicario: A Novel (World's End Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Book 2 takes place in the same world, but is a standalone tale and I think that anyone could pick this one up and read it without being confused. It's quite a different tale to the first and if anything, KT's writing has only improved; there's nothing about it I could fault, and it's lovely to read a book that's typo-free and well-edited.
As for the tale? LOVED it. Hardened, loner, successful assassin falls for his mark is a tale I have read before, but this hit me. Perhaps because of the combination of the dystopian world, the lack of freedom to love who you want, the childhood the assassin didn't get to have, the utter lack of love and happiness in his life, and perhaps because he fell for a real guy who was trying to do the right thing and live a decent life, one who had family that embraced them, and yet their lives had initially been destined to go a very different way.
The sex in this was more erotic than romantic, but that suited the tale, the leads and what they found with each other. The tale was very well done and I believed in the connection between the leads and that they'd make a happy life together, one shared in every way. If there was anything to niggle about, it's only that I couldn't quite believe that Enzo wouldn't have at least had a fleeting thought or few that he recognised something about Alex/Lexan. Yes, the latter was disfigured when he came back into Enzo's life, but surely a loved one's voice would ring some bells? Anyway, that's just me being picky.
Overall, I loved this tale, the leads and that they got their chance to be happy.Read more ›
I thoroughly enjoyed every word of this book. The connection between Lexan and Enzo seems deeper somehow, than that of Carlos and Duce in book 2. Perhaps it is the character development that goes into this book, so the reader feels more connected to both main characters, perhaps it is because this book is longer so allows for more growth, both of the story and the characters, I'm not sure. All I know is that I was gripped with their story, unable and unwilling to put it down until I had reached the end of their story.
An excellent addition to the World's End series, and one that I wholeheartedly recommend.
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