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review 2018-06-24 06:50
Gaaahhhh when's the next one coming out?!?!?!??!
Kill the Angel: A Novel (Caselli and Torre Series) - Sandrone Dazieri

***Contains spoilers. You’ve been warned***

 

Oh lordy. Lordy lordy lordy. I don’t know what to say except, yes one more time. Lordy. I finished this book and screamed. And it’s a good reaction.

 

This book doesn’t disappoint. It sets the bar higher than the last one, Kill the Father. It would be best if you do read them in order as you do need the background information surrounding Dante. Plus, it does add more substance to the characters.

 

This one was definitely more action packed than previous. As it involves a great deal more victims and there’s definitely more layers to peel once the mystery starts to unravel and we get closer to Giltine. And it’s not yet over! There’s giant revelations at the end and you’re left with a heart stopping ending.

 

There are many twists and turns to go through in the book; old and new characters are mentioned, and of course Colomba is in a bind and goes through very hefty events and you marvel at her mental and emotional strength. Dante is likable in his own quirky way and both him and Colomba work so great as a team, even though they have their differences. There’s a more deeper level of understand between the two of them and there is a hint of a romance. I don’t see it myself as I’ve always seen Dante and Colomba more as a sibling like relationship. (I would have liked to see Dante and Brigitte together, they seemed like they could go along well!)

 

There’s some major blindsiding happening in the book, you realize Giltine is both victim and perpetrator. There’s still more to uncover in the mystery and by the time we do come to the conclusion it would be a massive atom bomb waiting to drop. However on a side note, I do enjoy how Dazieri brings in these references to various historical events (Chernobyl for one) and various conditions and illnesses to make you think and realize there’s actual conditions out there that exist and people do suffer from them. It makes the plot different and substantially prominent to make this book memorable.

 

The plot is very engaging and you’re pretty much on the edge in the last third of the book. The last few chapters really pack it in and they were one of the most exciting chapters I have ever read in a book so far. I’m still overwhelmed and blown away by the last page. Gah! I can’t wait for the next book!

 

Definitely recommended. The series is going to be one of the best I have read so far in my lifetime.

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text 2018-03-18 01:48
Reading progress update: I've read 423 out of 597 pages.
Kill the Father: A Novel - Sandrone Dazieri,Antony Shugaar

plowed through so much of this today...because it's so hard to stop! 

 

poor Colomba--maybe she can stop running and start to go on the attack, with Dante helping. "the Father" must be brought down.

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text 2018-03-17 19:09
Reading progress update: I've read 359 out of 597 pages.
Kill the Father: A Novel - Sandrone Dazieri,Antony Shugaar

freaky, and scary, and addictive, and mostly kind of perfect.

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text 2018-03-17 02:04
Reading progress update: I've read 92 out of 597 pages.
Kill the Father: A Novel - Sandrone Dazieri,Antony Shugaar

once Dante entered the proceedings, everything got strange and wants to stay that way.

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text 2018-03-16 23:25
Reading progress update: I've read 40 out of 597 pages.
Kill the Father: A Novel - Sandrone Dazieri,Antony Shugaar

I love Colomba already--another damaged and powerful heroine to cheer for. and I will be cheering for her every page, cuz she gotta collar this sicko we got on the loose here.

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