Kyle Lybeck's Literary Lair
Reviewers Note: this is the third in an ongoing series. For reviews of the first two books, please visit Strangers, by Michaelbrent Collings,-by-Michaelbrent-Collings.html for book one and Stranger Still by Michaelbrent Collings | for book two.

Legion is back, and he's brought Fire and Water with him to Tree City. The city is full of corruption, greed, death, and gangs, but one shining light comes through within Officer Candela Garcia. She wants to right the wrongs within the city limits and clean it up for a new generation, including that of her son, Chase. She's tired of running away and wants to finally be somewhere stable. In the same way that Legion wants to rid the earth of evil, she in turn wants to do the same, but on a smaller scale. What she doesn't account for, is how deep the corruption goes, and the limits others will go to keep it running, no matter who crosses their path.

Deeper within the city, Legion forms a plan. One that circumvents that of which Officer Garcia must live by on her code, and can go further to end the sickness that the city holds inside. Who though, really controls the city? Who within the past of Officer Garcia is truly out to get her? And who from her past holds the key to everything? Dive inside and find out for yourself!

Once again, Michaelbrent scores a win with me in his latest novel, and the continuation of the series and Legion as a welcome recurring character. I found myself turning the virtual pages on my Kindle with fervor, wanting to know what would happen next. It was a rough time of year to review unfortunately, as my day job got hectic and I had to put this book down for a few days, which drove me nuts. I wanted to know the secrets, I wanted to know who would cause what next in the book, and I wanted to know how it would end for the cast of characters within. If I could have just plunked myself down with no distractions, this easily would have been a two-day read for me. I'm excited to see where the series will take Legion in the future, and give this an A just like the other two books in the series. I also want to thank Michaelbrent for once again allowing me an ARC in trade for an honest review.

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