Review

Raze. Luka. 818. A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. A hero, a real love, a good man, will always be a good person. No matter what his background is. No matter if his memory is taken away. No matter if he faces tragedy after tragedy. No matter if he becomes fueled with revenge. No matter if he no longer looks the same. Deep inside, the heart of the real man will still win over.

I loved Luka. I am heartbroken for the tragedy that happened to him. I don’t know how anyone could survive the way he did. I don’t know how anyone could go through everything he went through. From the Gulag to the underground fighting rings of New York, his character was always tested. I loved Kisa too. She had a kind of loyalty that may put her in danger more often than not, but she was a great character.

I just couldn’t stop reading this book. It’s significantly shorter than the Hangmen and Sweet Home books. That made it an even more compelling read. The moment I started reading the first page, I knew then that I wouldn’t be putting it down until I finish the very last page. And that’s what I did. I absorbed every word, every sentence. The suspense, the love story, the heartbreaking conclusion were all amazing. Raze is a truly wonderful reading experience that I would love to experience again and again and again. Tillie Cole is my freaking queen right now.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Raze

Book 2 – Reap

Book 3 – Ravaged

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