Devi Morris has a lot of problems. And not the fun, easy-to-shoot kind either. After a mysterious attack left her short several memories and one partner, she's determined to keep her head down, do her job, and get on with her life. But even though Devi's not actually looking for it -- trouble... show more
Devi Morris has a lot of problems. And not the fun, easy-to-shoot kind either.
After a mysterious attack left her short several memories and one partner, she's determined to keep her head down, do her job, and get on with her life. But even though Devi's not actually looking for it -- trouble keeps finding her. She sees things no one else can, the black stain on her hands is growing, and she is entangled with the cook she's supposed to hate.
But when a deadly crisis exposes far more of the truth than she bargained for, Devi discovers there's worse fates than being shot, and sometimes the only people you can trust are the ones who want you dead.
Publish date: 2014-02-25
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Paradox (#2)
Ooh that's complicated. That was not what I was expecting to happen with the story, complex and involved and I really what to know where she's going with the story because from here it's complicated. There are so many wheels within wheels and messy inter-personal stuff going on. Definitely a mid...
Whoever it was who wrote a post about Rachel Bach's Fortune's Pawn, thank you. I nabbed the first book, immersed myself in it, had a delightful time, and then cursed the fact that you hadn't also included a warning to make sure the entire series was on hand before starting to read the first one due...
Devi's dream of becoming one of the Devastator comes crashing down as secrets unfold in this book. At every turn, Devi is betrayed and she gets herself into worse situations. At this point, I'm not sure how she's going to get herself out of it. And really, who is friend and who is foe? This foll...
This is the second book in the Paradox series, which begins with Fortune's Pawn. While I'm sure you could start with this one, there is really rather a lot of set-up and introduction of characters in the first one that makes this one easier to enjoy, so you really should start at the beginning. It's...
4.5 because of a couple of things I rolled my eyes at, but overall I really enjoyed it, more than the first one, and since that one was already a 4 for me, well...The things I wasn't too convinced about: Devi's attitude regarding Rupert, a little too... forgiving, maybe? How she didn't realise soone...