"There's no better wolf than a dead one."
This is the end.
The sound of cars makes my heart beat faster. The sight of a bitumen road gives me hope. The faces of my family waiting for me are all I can see as I battle to survive.
I can't look back.
I can't cry out.
He is the Wolf, and I'm the thirteenth woman he has called his Red. This is his last chance to scratch my name from the list of bitches who've wronged him.
Will he claim my life?
"I'm coming for you, Red. It's time to die. – The Wolf
A thrilling conclusion
You know those movies that subtly lead you on and show you glimpses of what you think the writer wants you to see, and then at the end it really wasn’t? This is what the final installment of The Game of Life series is all about.
Belle Brooks has created a terrifying, twisting thriller where I didn’t know which way I should go at times. First I thought it was one person and then that was disproved. She kept me guessing the entire time. But those little Easter eggs she planted were incredible.
Well done Miss Brooks on an amazing finale to your series. You had me cringing, crying, cursing and flat out freaked out reading this entire series. I couldn’t figure out which was worse, the angst and thrill of reading the books, or waiting impatiently for the final book to tell me WHO IS THE WOLF!
If you want a suspenseful read where you don’t readily know the outcome and a thrilling conclusion, read all of the books in the Game of Life, you won’t be sorry!