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FOURTH DAY: #08: Charlie Fox crime mystery thriller series Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07V81WFCX
- Publisher : ZACE Ltd; 2 edition (11 July 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 1813 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 454 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 98,388 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I am having a somewhat marathon session with this series and am now onto the 8th book in the Charlie Fox series with this latest one. When I started reading I was a little bit confused. The ending of the last book left me with so many questions, however I soon realised that the new operation was a good way for Charlie not to think about what happened at the end of the last book! The story was pretty intense early on and we soon see that Charlie and Sean are trying to extract their ‘principal’ from a so called cult. As usual with any Fox and Meyer story, things are never cut and dried, and they end up with a bigger problem once the first part of their operation is done.
What results is an opportunity for Charlie to get up close and personal with Randall Bane, the guy running the cult named Fourth Day. Not much time had passed since I had started reading and I was surprised to realise I was once again over halfway through the book. With lots of opportunity to delve, we see Charlie take major risks (as per usual) only this time we see her vulnerabilities in a huge way. I would go as far as to say that although Charlie Fox is one of my favourite female lead characters, she is also one of the craziest. Maybe that’s why I like her so much? Not only does she take huge chances, she is also ridiculously screwed up. Her personality leads you to think she actually verges on the edge of becoming as lethal and dangerous as the people she is normally chasing.
Fourth Day held my interest from very early on with all the weird goings-on at the so called cult. However, when you add in the fact that this appears to be the closest we get to layering back Charlie’s personality it made for a pretty explosive read. It had everything I wanted and some! What I wasn’t prepared for was the ending. I almost shouted out loud because I just couldn’t believe it. Zoe Sharp has certainly whetted the fans appetite to want to plough straight onto the next one. I think after reading so many ZS books I will take a break at just the right time. I will anticipate the next book even more, waiting to find out the outcome of the latest Sharp/Meyer disaster.
This is the first of the Charlie Fox series that I have read and I have to say I'm hooked. Sharp writes tough and brutal stories with the kind of weaponry and action that is more usual in male-authored books but combines them with a female heroine who is as tough as her male counterparts. Intelligent, self-aware and more than a little emotionally vulnerable, Charlie battles her conscience and moral sense as much as her enemies.
What really lifted this book for me is the emotionally-fraught relationship between Charlie and her boss and lover Sean Meyer, a man as scarred, both mentally and physically, as Charlie.
I'm surprised that Sharp's series isn't better known, and am off to read the earlier books immediately.