“There’s no better wolf than a dead one.”
This is the end.
The sound of cars makes my heart beat faster. The sight of a bitumen road gives me hope. The faces of my family waiting for me are all I can see as I battle to survive.
I can’t look back.
I can’t cry out.
He is the Wolf, and I’m the thirteenth woman he has called his Red. This is his last chance to scratch my name from the list of bitches who’ve wronged him.
Will he claim my life?
“I’m coming for you, Red. It’s time to die. – The Wolf
The untying of the knot……
Any extended review of this final instalment, in this intriguing series is pointless…the author has used sleight of hand to distract and discombobulate the reader throughout…. all I can say is this series is so much more than the sum of its parts…
And so the end is upon us….and I am left in awe of this authors ability to construct such a tangled web…of course it is beautifully written, the characters stand up out of the pages, and it is full of suspense and mystery….I defy anyone who has read this series to boast that they always knew what the final outcome would be….in true Agatha Christie style the truth is only revealed at the denouement……
… this story can not be read in isolation; it pulls all the tattered threads together from the books that came before…..my advice is go now and start the journey…the road is full of pitfalls, sharp twists and turns…but the destination is worth it all…