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  • So it's a good, fun, romantic read - definitely great for the summer
  • Is that really the best way to hold demons in

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      Wild Ride by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer has a similar feel to Don’t Look Down and Agnes and the Hitman. Like these and other Jennifer Crusie books, there is a kooky cast of characters and a strong female protagonist. With Bob Mayer, you add a male lead who is in the military and a lot more of the book is from the

      male perspective. So it’s a good, fun, romantic read - definitely great for the summer.

      This book is greatly entertaining. It’s a bit more confusing than Don’t Look Down or Agnes and the Hitman, because there is a lot more stuff. Demons. An amusement park. I swear, before the book is out, 5 people die. (Or something like that, it feels like a lot ...

      • of people die).

        There are a number of plot holes. Like in Agnes and the Hitman, there is a government agency that we’ve never heard of before. There is also the fact that a few people die and there isn’t a police investigation. Some things just seem really tidy.

        I liked the secondary characters, and especially the bird. I thought it was fun. I didn’t

        understand a lot of the setting - even with the explanations, it was hard to visualize and I couldn’t quite grasp a castle with a moat in the middle of an amusement park. In fact, the amusement park aspect started getting a bit weird. Is that really the best way to hold demons in? But I guess it was kind of necessary to the plot.

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