Can be read as a standalone.
Revenge is an euphoric thing. Trust me on this. Nothing compares to the release you get when you ruin someone’s life. When they’ve stolen important things. Things that didn’t belong to them. Things I revel in making them pay for.
What? Have I offended you? I’m not here to appeal to your delicate senses. I have no intention of placating your wishes or living within your personal belief system nor do I care if you hate me. And you will hate me. Because I’m a brutal, savage, cold-blooded murderer and I’m here for my revenge.
I’m Ethan Moonsong…And this is the story about how I went from the world’s most sacrificing man to the most feared and why I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world.
Fisher did it again.
Brilliant. I did not think it was possible to top Vain or Greed. Every word of this book sucked me into Ethan and Finley's world. Thank you Fisher Amelie. Fury was absolutely worth the wait.
Very inspirational story with an empowering plot.
Fisher is so philosophical. She absorbs me into her world with words. I'm entranced and captivated. I found uniqueness in this story it's like no other I've read. It's a treasure. With all these great words I find I want to highlight each sentence so I can refer back and ponder that statement. It's so poetic. It is written well. I want to savor each word and absorb it. No word goes unread. It's worthy of a reread.
This is the first book I have read by this author and went in not knowing what to expect. I like reading stories where I know nothing therefore I don't have any preconceived ideas. I read several negative reviews regarding this story and I'm sad they did not understand the passion of these two characters. I was touched by the workings of Finley. I thought the characters held a deep rooted soul in them which was transparent in the way they helped each other. The bond felt real not forced.
I love the many layers this story had to offer. Never a dull moment. The story moves these layers from character to character while staying focused on the central theme.
I like how the story helps Ethan deal with loss. I like how it teaches us that while we get used to the familiar things in life it's ok to re-create new patterns in life.
The story moved in a very unexpected direction, but I'm ok with it. In fact I'm prepared for it. I've read other books that talk about this same issue and I'm well aware of this problem. I do appreciate this perspective on the topic. I've never read about this situation from this side. It's enlightening.
I love the intensity and the depth of these characters. Their wisdom is beyond their age and their determination to overcome obstacles rewarding.
It's admirable reading each of their talents. It's very exciting when Ethan succeeds in saving the girls. What Ethan is doing is both thrilling and dangerous but makes for an empowering read.
I was pleased to read this incident compared against soldiers because I too was thinking along those same lines. It's the grey area between right and wrong. Like you said, "a necessary evil".
This world really needs heroes like Ethan. The only thing about him that is unfathomable is his ability to read a room and take out the people in the room with such ease and precision.
It got emotional and tugged at my heart strings when the bus pulled up in front of the market.
I feel empowered with the knowledge gained from this story.