John Sandford and Michele Cook follow up their New York Times best seller Uncaged with the next nail-biting installment in The Singular Menace series.
Shay Remby and her gang of renegades have struck a blow to the Singular Corporation. When they rescued Shay's brother, Odin, from a secret Singular lab, they also liberated a girl. Singular has been experimenting on her, trying to implant a US senator's memories into her brain - with partial success. Fenfang is now a girl who literally knows too much.
Can the knowledge brought by ex-captives Odin and Fenfang help Shay and her friends expose the crimes of this corrupt corporation? Singular has already killed one of Shay's band to protect their secrets. How many more will die before the truth is exposed?
What made the experience of listening to Outrage the most enjoyable?
I believe the narrator is very good. Her voice is young enough to make the characters believable. Although the book is written for and about teenagers, it's extremely well-written and can be enjoyed by anyone.
What other book might you compare Outrage to and why?
The first book in the series.
Have you listened to any of Tara Sands’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Only on the first book.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Not particularly, but it was entertaining. This is not a John Sandford book. It's not even close to the type of books he writes. The writers should be listed as Michele Cook then John Sandford. You can find his fingerprints over the story, but I don't believe the story is his.
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The book doesn’t end, it just stops. There is no conclusion, you must read the third book for the resolution and conclusion. There is no warning of this that I could spot in the description of this second book of this series.
it was a great book. I couldn't put it down! keeps ya interested In it.
Other than to sell the book, John Sandfords involvement in this book stops at his name on the title
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What disappointed you about Outrage?
A John Sanford book should be so much better than this. He is getting like James Patterson when he partners up with another writer it all goes downhill. And I did not like the narrator either.
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