Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Review: Strings of Glass by Emily Kimelman

Strings of Glass by Emily Kimelman

Pages: 300
Format: eARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  Sydney Rye is hanging out in India with her boyfriend, Dan, reading paperbacks and sipping beer. No violence and no reminders of her past. But when she and Blue, are attacked by a pact of wild dogs, Sydney starts to feel that old itch again; to do good by being bad. 

Trouble finds Rye when she stops the attempted rape and murder of Anita, a reporter working on a story of corruption and human trafficking. The atrocities Anita describes send Sydney, Blue and Dan on a quest that takes them across India after a dangerous and, up until now, untouchable, figure. While Sydney struggles to accept her true nature she realizes that it is the only way to end decades of abuse and exploitation. But Rye fears that she will loose herself, becoming no better than the monster she fights against.

Kritters Thoughts:  A kick butt female character who can take the boys down and a dog who stays by her side throughout it all, has made this series one to keep a watch on.  Emily Kimelman returns with another episode with main character, Sydney Rye, but this one started out a little different.  This one Sydney Rye is keeping away from danger and laying low, until an "assignment" falls directly in her lap and she just can't say no.

One of the things that I love about these books are the settings - they are all different and unique along with the bad guys.  Each story has its own plot, but you will definitely want to start this series in the beginning to see Sydney's her whole story and her growth.

Be aware - the action is packed in this installment and I was unable to walk away from it until the end!

Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row

Ebook 2013 Challenge: 70 out of 50

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from the author.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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