If your taste runs to Old Testament justice, this is a must read. Two souls overcome with anger and rage wreak havoc on the villains who provoked them.
In many ways I found myself more touched by the enormous pain that Lee and Cyn(Sin) felt in this book. They were both involved in horrific situations that scarred their very being. Out of the hundreds of people each year in similar situations, they responded with uncanny similarity of goal and dissimilar behavior. The cathartic value of their actions seemed to be out of reach. Their hopes to find solace remained unreachable.
The lead FBI agent tasked to catch them finds himself washed with ambivalence. He is aware that their behavior is criminal and yet they seem to be ridding society of vermin that the justice system has not been able to topple.
The characters roles evolve in different ways to what I saw as a satisfactory conclusion. This book is not for the faint of heart, vengeance can be very messy.
I recommend it.
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