Review: Strange Trouble by Laken Cane

Posted August 17, 2014 by Lucy in Review / 0 Comments

Review:  Strange Trouble by Laken Cane
Strange Trouble (Rune Alexander #3)
By: Laken Cane

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Genres: Horror

Series: Rune Alexander #3
Published on February 4th 2014
Pages: 314
Format: Kindle

A baby necromancer calls her mother from the grave, starting a zombie infestation Rune and the crew are not prepared to handle.
But as always, they jump headlong into battle--a battle that will lead into some of the darkest moments of Rune's life. Moments that will shatter her tenuous grip on sanity and make her long for the man whose abuse allowed her to function.
And when she falls, the berserker is there to catch her. To bring her back. To give her what she needs.
The zombies are just the beginning. Worse even than the zombies is what comes after--a nightmare witch named Damascus, a horrific decision, and death.
Always, death.
As she is given another jagged piece to the puzzle of her past, Rune knows that despite its best attempts, life doesn't have the ability to destroy her--though she offers it all the help it might need.
With Strad Matheson and the crew behind her, Rune will stride through hell, horror, and the endless, black despair of her own mind to show the monsters why Shiv Crew is the scariest group of warriors they will ever face...

Zombies aren’t my things…

Compare to the first two books, this book was alright, not my favorite of the
series. Not only because I am not a Zombie fan, but I thought this book as a whole were too crazy and messy.

The plot was all over the place, have none-stop of actions that not even the heroine can take a
breather (poor Rune, I felt really bad for her in this book).  And speak of the heroine, in this book we learned Rune is truly an immortal (the body damage that she was able to regenerate from…in my opinion, overrated).

I am getting tired of the same scenario: friends of Rune keep getting snatched, and the bad guys then use friends as hostage to make Rune do whatever they want. At some point, hopefully soon, Rune needs to realize that she cannot save everyone. And she should not always have to scarifies herself to save the others.

The people in River county are so fickle, I kind of wish Rune and her crew would just let them be (stop helping them!!).

Jeremy’s half-brother was such creep.  Rune ought to let her crew know, better yet, do something about it now.

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