Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Dusty Pages Review: The Gender Plan

"I just had to believe we'd dealt a death blow of our own. 

That today would be the beginning of the end..."

Ready for the explosive PENULTIMATE BOOK in The Gender Game series?
Nearly at the end of this series and I have no idea how its going to end. It almost seems like it could go on forever. This book balances the slow paced planning and plotting with the executing and action much better than any of the previous books. I was still flicking a bit trying to cut out some of the waffling and move the story along, but a lot less than the previous book in the series.

Much like the other books, this one build the action up to a crescendo and ends with a cliff hanger, trying to ensure that the next (and final book) gets bought so you can find out what happens. Also it leaves it on the idea that we will finally get a question answered about what is beyond the borders of Matrus/Patrus. The parallels between the end of this book and the end of the first book are very similar in that we leave the hero flying in/on something that she can't control heading into areas unknown to discover something.

I give it



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