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The law of talion lex talionis requires punishment of an injury by inflicting a similar injury on the offender, an injury similar in kind and degree An eye for an eye, a fracture for a fracture, a tooth for a tooth Old Testament justice, but just how literally would most people take it to mean The book begins with a prologue that dates back many years to the abuse of a child Just how this fits into the story becomes apparent much later on We first met Roy and Susie Cruise in book 1, Eye The law of talion lex talionis requires punishment of an injury by inflicting a similar injury on the offender, an injury similar in kind and degree An eye for an eye, a fracture for a fracture, a tooth for a tooth Old Testament justice, but just how literally would most people take it to mean The book begins with a prologue that dates back many years to the abuse of a child Just how this fits into the story becomes apparent much later on We first met Roy and Susie Cruise in book 1, Eye For Eye, and it really is essential to read this book first since so much happens in it and book 2 follows directly on Although the past events are referred to during the first half of the book, the reader really needs to know the detail to fully appreciate how all the main characters have come to where they are by September 2019 There are also many sub plots bubbling away in tandem to the main story of the murder of rapist Joe Harlan Jnr as other characters try to discover their own truths and exact their own revenge It is extremely hard to give a full review without giving away too many spoilers to those who have yet to read the first book but here goes Susie has now been involved in three deaths, directly or indirectly Roy has been involved in four Death does seem to follow them around but they are perfectionists and believe they are untouchable The bond between them is very strong but will never be as strong as the bond between Susie and Deb, and Roy knowsabout that bond than he lets on to his wife Roy needs to confront Susie about what happened to Joan and Susie needs to confront Roy about what happened to Deb Roy has got away with the perfect murder once and now he s planning another one And this time the revenge is to be taken in another country All the main characters are beginning to come together and are employing help to find out what has really happened as they start to air their own suspicions We meet again Detective Eddie Garza, Liz Bareto, Tom, Deb and Kristy Wise, David Kim and Senator Joe Harlan Snr, together with some interesting new people, one with very unsavoury inclinations They are all getting closer to the truth but nearly everyone is holding something back and keeping secrets Once again the narrator knows and sees all, although now he knows how much danger he could face if he ever told the truth It s a complicated and tangled plot where the truth gradually surfaces in different places and to different people, with shocking and devastating consequences for those involved And with the truth comes the fact that the tables start to turn and the hunters find themselves being hunted as everything they knew starts to fall apart and those singing bones start to surface Just as some things start to make sense, others are left on a knife edge as the story promises to continue in book 3, Life For Life, which I am eagerly awaiting 5 Well, I wasn t expecting that, was my reaction several times through much of the four hundred pages of Tooth for Tooth.There s no such thing as a perfect murder, and the karmic consequences of actions kick in doors like an L.A SWAT team What began in book 1 as vigilante justice retribution has flipped to survival of the fittest or craftiest, in this case as two of the four bad actors don t make it to the end of book 2.The author s slow, meticulous build continues with details that seem unimp Well, I wasn t expecting that, was my reaction several times through much of the four hundred pages of Tooth for Tooth.There s no such thing as a perfect murder, and the karmic consequences of actions kick in doors like an L.A SWAT team What began in book 1 as vigilante justice retribution has flipped to survival of the fittest or craftiest, in this case as two of the four bad actors don t make it to the end of book 2.The author s slow, meticulous build continues with details that seem unimportant until ten pages later when I sat up and my mouth dropped open Franko also does an impressive job of baiting with distractions then dropping plot twists that change everything.As the rape victim in book 1 who had to watch her rapist go free, Kristy Wise was one of only two characters I had any sympathy for, but after so much death and loss, she showed she was a force to be reckoned with The other character was Billy Applegate, whose childhood trauma had directed most of his adult life.But everyone else Nope I understood them as parents, but they were all just too into it, especially Roy with his list of rules, and Deb s apparent ability to simply forget and move on to the next thing Tom is pitiful but learning just how dirty his hands are said a lot about him.The cops are also unimpressive To be fair, law enforcement has endless cases to deal with and don t have the luxury of focusing on one case, especially one four years old with very little evidence Yet, college senior Kristy and grieving mom Liz Bareto pieced together most of the puzzle and even shared info with detectives that reinvigorated the case Not a good look for professional lawmen and investigators.A great continuation of the Talion Series that closes the walls in on the good and bad and the living and dead Even our anonymous storyteller will not escape unscathed from this tightly woven web of lies and deceit Tooth for Tooth is complicated, suspenseful, and intelligent, and I highly recommend it but not without reading book 1, Eye for Eye, first Motivations and repercussions will not make sense without ALL the details Fortunately, you have a couple of months to catch up before book 3, Life for Life drops Enjoy Well, can I say I m impressed again With this second book in the series I can definitely say there was no sopho slump here Picking up where the first book Eye for Eye ended, this one continues the story but adds the perspectives POV of a fewcharacters that were introduced in the first book All the main characters from the first book are there, at least for a while, and the devilish goodness continues to captivate and drive the story forward, moving at such a rapid pace that it wil Well, can I say I m impressed again With this second book in the series I can definitely say there was no sopho slump here Picking up where the first book Eye for Eye ended, this one continues the story but adds the perspectives POV of a fewcharacters that were introduced in the first book All the main characters from the first book are there, at least for a while, and the devilish goodness continues to captivate and drive the story forward, moving at such a rapid pace that it will blow your bangs back The writing is as concise, descriptive and colorful as it s predecessor, the suspense and tension are palpable and the characters oddly relatable This review is kind of vague about the details of the story but that s because I don t want to give anything away I must warn you though, this series has to be read from the beginning even though the subplots are concluded in each book, the main plot carries on compelling you on to the next book and I for one can t wait until Life for Life comes out Readers really should read book one first This is my fault as I did not read book one first I thought I could just jump into this series Sometimes you can and other times, the series is meant to be read in chronological order as is the case of this book.I say that because this book felt very character driven Therefore, because I had not read the prior novel, I did not have all of the background history between all of the characters In addition, there was not as strong a connection towards t Readers really should read book one first This is my fault as I did not read book one first I thought I could just jump into this series Sometimes you can and other times, the series is meant to be read in chronological order as is the case of this book.I say that because this book felt very character driven Therefore, because I had not read the prior novel, I did not have all of the background history between all of the characters In addition, there was not as strong a connection towards them or the motive for the killings Honestly, I did think that this book would be a bitgraphic in the violence but it was not It was mainly focused on the characters Overall, I did like this book but my opinions may have been strong for it if I had read the prior book ( Free ) ♿ Tooth for Tooth ⚖ What would YOU do What would you do if you got away with murder Would you stop there Could you Susie and Roy thought that they committed the perfect crimeTheir planning was meticulous Their execution was flawless But, there is always a loose end, isn t there Always a singing boneNow, while enemies multiply and suspicions abound, their perfect world begins to crumbleThe hunters have become the hunted THIS BLISTERINGLY RELENTLESS SEQUEL TO HIS DEBUT SHOCKER, EYE FOR EYE, JK FRANKO TAKES READERS ON A BREATHTAKING JOURNEY OF CAT AND MOUSE Jinlar bazmi, yoxud katta oyin there is always a loose end Hand Lettering Workbook: A Premium Beginner’s Practice Hand Lettering Book & Introduction to Lettering & Modern Calligraphy isn t there Always a singing boneNow Whiteman while enemies multiply and suspicions abound شاهنامه فردوسی از دستنویس موزه فلورانس their perfect world begins to crumbleThe hunters have become the hunted THIS BLISTERINGLY RELENTLESS SEQUEL TO HIS DEBUT SHOCKER Ludicrous Laws and Mindless Misdemeanors EYE FOR EYE The Cult Files JK FRANKO TAKES READERS ON A BREATHTAKING JOURNEY OF CAT AND MOUSE Another page turning read from J.K Franko I read the first book Eye for Eye when it came out and absolutely loved it it s a rare joy to find an author who has mastered both the art of writing suspense and also how to interweave some of the pressing issues of our time The writing style has plenty of details to immerse you in the world the author builds and to keep you invested in the characters without going overboard and becoming tedious There are a ton of fun smaller details some of whi Another page turning read from J.K Franko I read the first book Eye for Eye when it came out and absolutely loved it it s a rare joy to find an author who has mastered both the art of writing suspense and also how to interweave some of the pressing issues of our time The writing style has plenty of details to immerse you in the world the author builds and to keep you invested in the characters without going overboard and becoming tedious There are a ton of fun smaller details some of which caused me to react out loud when I read themmy dog thought I was crazy for randomly shouting NOOOO , and this is a great book if you re like me and enjoy trying to pick out the minutiae that foreshadow plot twists later on I was definitely satisfied at the end although I m now eagerly waiting for the next book in the series There were some excellent plot twists that I didn t see coming in spite of my best efforts to figure things out ahead of time, and there s a ton of potential plot lines for the next book.I d recommend this to anyone who likes thrillers, suspense, and procedurals Tooth for Tooth is an awesome blend of some of the best parts of those genres, and it s just as fun to re read to look for the hints the author plants along the way about how things turn out Tooth for Tooth is a fantastic follow up to Eye for Eye, bringing back the intoxicating voice and intrigue of the first book in the Talion series.This is one of those books that builds piece by piece, so it s almost difficult to review without offering spoilers, but what I love about this book beyond the writing and intrigue is that it takes an unusual vantage in the way it tackles a suspense series There are so many great series out there that follow a detective or agent of some sort, makin Tooth for Tooth is a fantastic follow up to Eye for Eye, bringing back the intoxicating voice and intrigue of the first book in the Talion series.This is one of those books that builds piece by piece, so it s almost difficult to review without offering spoilers, but what I love about this book beyond the writing and intrigue is that it takes an unusual vantage in the way it tackles a suspense series There are so many great series out there that follow a detective or agent of some sort, making them the center piece, but this series works to encompass a whole cast of characters and crimes while remaining true to the genre and to the details that made the first book in the series so powerful In doing that, it accomplishes a great deal, and it s no small thing to say that the book still manages to be full of twists, surprises, and moments of intrigue that will only engage a reader all the.This is a powerful piece of story telling, and with Franko s attention to suspense, psychology, and criminal behavior, it s also impossible to put down The one caveat Make sure you read the first book first if you want to get the most out of this one What I liked most about Tooth for Tooth was the deepening of characters whom we met in Eye for Eye and who actually haveto do with the story than I originally thought Several seemingly separate acts have brought characters together and encouraged them to become closer,tenacious,entrenched in the greater story of revenge The reader is still challenged to determine what s right and wrong, or to what degree something is right, wrong, forgivable, or damnable While Eye for Eye wa What I liked most about Tooth for Tooth was the deepening of characters whom we met in Eye for Eye and who actually haveto do with the story than I originally thought Several seemingly separate acts have brought characters together and encouraged them to become closer,tenacious,entrenched in the greater story of revenge The reader is still challenged to determine what s right and wrong, or to what degree something is right, wrong, forgivable, or damnable While Eye for Eye was by no means simple, Tooth for Tooth adds a few layers of complexity by exploring familiar characters to greater depths Definitely worth checking out if you ve read the first book Looking forward to the third If you re looking for a complex, intelligent crime thriller, set aside a few hours to read Tooth for Tooth.This is one of the most intricate, well thought out and executed crime novels I ve ever read The story is thought provoking, realistic, and demands your full attention The writing is detailed without being excessive Franko gives us the perfect balance of information and action Tooth for Tooth is the second book in the Talion trilogy I recommend starting with book 1, Eye for Eye, becaus If you re looking for a complex, intelligent crime thriller, set aside a few hours to read Tooth for Tooth.This is one of the most intricate, well thought out and executed crime novels I ve ever read The story is thought provoking, realistic, and demands your full attention The writing is detailed without being excessive Franko gives us the perfect balance of information and action Tooth for Tooth is the second book in the Talion trilogy I recommend starting with book 1, Eye for Eye, because everything that happens eventually intersects or weaves together, and you ll want to fully understand all the puzzle pieces I received a review copy as part of the Partners in Crime book tour I was looking forward to reading this after reading Eye for Eye last year It is not necessary to read the first book to enjoy this one, but I advise you start there, to enjoy the story properly.Susie and Roy are back, still coping with the death of their daughter, but now with added stress of being involved in some way in a number of murders As time moves on they truly believe that they have committed the perfect murder However as the body count rises so do the secrets that they individually I was looking forward to reading this after reading Eye for Eye last year It is not necessary to read the first book to enjoy this one, but I advise you start there, to enjoy the story properly.Susie and Roy are back, still coping with the death of their daughter, but now with added stress of being involved in some way in a number of murders As time moves on they truly believe that they have committed the perfect murder However as the body count rises so do the secrets that they individually keep.This a brilliant sequel that keeps up the tense writing of the first book Can they really get away with murder or will they bring themselves down Highly recommended