The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest is the third in a trilogy, but while jumping right to the last book may have clouded my perspective this book certainly did not give me reason to start from the beginning. It started off with an intriguing opening which had me hook for the first few chapters, however the plot dragged on and about put me to sleep. Towards the end the book pulled together during the last 200 pages. I have mixed feelings about this book.
Availability: SMCM Library
Review Submitted by: Cheryl Colson
Rating: Recommended with reservations
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