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N betray her friends to avenge her familyA breath taking thriller laced with fierce sparse prose GIRL SEVEN is the new turbo charged novel from Dagger shortlisted Hanna Jameson It started off pretty good But it started getting too complicated too much going on By the half way point I gave up

SUMMARY Girl Seven London Underground #2

Girl Seven London Underground #2

F their bloodBut Seven could not forget And now that she is part of London's criminal underworld she knows men who can maim; men who can kill But they all have a priceWill Seve Seven a girl whose family was murdered while she was getting her pleasure on with someone she didn t even like And for three years Seven closed herself off from other people She did what she needed to do to survive but there was only one thing she had ever been good atSexBut how long can a person really ignore their past In Seven s case it is three years And when it does reach into her present it finds her in a high class gentlemen s club and in the company of people who can help her take revengeI loved this character because I recognized her brokeness and pain But also because she has a spirit of strength that helps her survive She is strong and vulnerable at the same timePlus she lives her truthI would place this in the Noir genre It is a thriller and has lots of action and adventure

REVIEW ↠ WIKIWEBDIR.CO.UK Ò Hanna Jameson

What is the price of revengeThe day her parents and sister were murdered Seven did not cry Instead she tried to forget She vowed that one day she would be free from the sight o I m not a big reader of crime fiction but I did read Jameson s debut novel Something You Are I liked Something You Are but there were elements that I didn t click with mostly because of the genre However I loved Girl Seven and found it a fast exciting and enjoyable readWhat really made this book for me was the protagonist and narrator Seven Seven s family were murdered and the case was never solved She sets out to get her revenge and inevitably gets mixed up in London s seedy underbelly Seven is very complex with clear motivations but plenty of flaws She s also very funny and knows she is so I was snorting along particularly in the opening chapters before shit goes down Seven in very very realSeven does a lot of terrible and stupid things throughout the book but her actions never seem unrealistic or unjustified That characterisation is a very hard thing to pull off and that s what made Seven so engagingI did think the plot was a little simplistic especially for crime veterans but it didn t matter so much to me anyway because I just wanted to spend time in Seven s head That said although this book hits a lot of the crime fiction beats as the genre dictates I had no idea what was going to happen in the final few chapters and read them with my heart pounding The plot also serves Seven s character pretty perfectly and with a different plot we wouldn t have got to know her in the same way and that s what matters most Read this one for the characters especially if you like rounded female characters out for revengeStray observations I loved the returning characters from the first novel Especially Daisy and Mark More Mark I say MOAR Ah Chekov s Russians have arrived I didn t like how Seiko s character was treated in the final chapters but thankfully my fears were averted in the conclusion I love how everyone acts like actual human beings That s less violence than Something You Are which distracts less from the characters The Japanese elements all fit in well and feel well reseached I demand a direct seuel I absolutely want to be back in Seven s head again


10 thoughts on “Girl Seven London Underground #2

  1. says:

    I'm not a big reader of crime fiction but I did read Jameson's debut novel Something You Are I liked Something You Are but there were elements that I didn't click with mostly because of the genre However I loved Girl Seven and found it a fast exciting and enjoyable readWhat really made this book for me was the protagonist and narrator Seven Seven's family were murdered and the case was never solved She sets out

  2. says:

    I won this book through goodreads first readsThe best thing about this story is the main character Seven She's a strong but confused character that adds depth to the novel The basic set up is intriguing her family has been killed and Seven wants to find out why and get revenge She has a dry sarcastic humour which works well and was the main thing that kept me wanting to read I did feel that this thriller was a

  3. says:

    I was glad to be wrong about Girl Seven I read fast but life is too short for crap books I chose the book because

  4. says:

    In the second of the Underground series of books the focus shifts to a minor character from book one Seven an Anglo Japanese girl who works as a hostessescort at the Underground club We find early on that Seven's familymother fathe

  5. says:

    Seven a girl whose family was murdered while she was getting her pleasure on with someone she didn’t even like And for three years Seven closed herself off from other people She did what she needed to do to survive but there was only one thing she had ever been good atSexBut how long can a person really ignore their past In Seven’s case it is three years And when it does reach into her present it finds her in a high class g

  6. says:

    Very interesting with uite a twist

  7. says:

    It started off pretty good But it started getting too complicated too much going on By the half way point I gave u

  8. says:

    I received a copy of Girl Seven via a Goodreads giveaway and never having read anything by Hanna Jameson before I was pret

  9. says:

    Disclaimer I bought this book because I know Hannah and I read her first book and enjoyed it Girl Seven has been languish

  10. says:

    Hanna Jameson's first novel Something You Are was one of the best things I read last year so I've been looking forward to finding out how she c

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