This is the first book in this utterly gripping, yet terrifying trilogy. 'Furious' by T.R. Ragan is a very well written book that is nonetheless very difficult to read. I read it some time ago and it appears I forgot to post a review, having read the next two in the series I thought I best rectify that, as all three should be read consequentially because the story is long enough that it takes 3 books to complete - be aware that there are cliff hangers. The great thing about this is that all 3 books in the trilogy are now available. Even better at the moment they are available on Kindle Unlimited.
Faith, aka Furious, is living through an unimaginable hell. Her husband was murdered in front of her, her children were kidnapped, her throat was cut yet she survived. At first she's so overcome with grief for her husband, terror for her children, that she can't function. However when the anger sets in, she's determined to do whatever it takes to get her children back, at any cost. Faith becomes furious.
The topic of human trafficking, particularly sex trafficking, is a very emotional and depraved subject. In portraying this in every horrible detail Ragan makes it so unsettling I often found I had to look away, even though I was mesmerised (if that makes sense.) The book will keep you reading. As a thriller it works extremely well, even if its contents aee very disturbing and quite confronting.
Definite 5 Stars
'[Listeners] with strong stomachs will eagerly await the next instalment.' Author: Publisher's Weekly
'[Listeners] with strong stomachs will eagerly await the next instalment.' (Publisher's Weekly)