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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Review: Conspiracy 365: Malice by Gabrielle Lord

Conspiracy 365: Malice by Gabrielle Lord. A Conspiracy 365 Novel.

Conspiracy 365: Malice by Gabrielle Lord

Kane Miller
Publication Date: June 2013
List Price: $5.99
ISBN-13: 9781610672191

Review: Cal, Winter, Ryan, and Boges have faced one daring adventure after another in the Conspiracy 365 series by Gabrielle Lord. In Malice, Winter has been given a threat in a note that merely says, "The Drowner . . . 30 days." She and her friends have thirty days to decipher the note and save themselves from the threats that continue to haunt the.

Malice takes readers to Perdita, a fascinating remote location where nothing is as it seems. She encounters mysterious people who her warn her every step of the way. Perdita, overgrown from years of abandonment, holds secrets Winter must uncover in order to save herself and her estate from the mysterious people who sent the note. She only has 30 days. Is it possible to put all the pieces together in that amount of time, or might Winter's time be up?

The Conspiracy 365 series is exceptionally well done. Every book in the twelve-month series has an independently engaging plot that all comes together in the 12th book. However, the supplemental books are not as strong. To fully appreciate the characters, it is important to read the original twelve books. If those books are skipped, the characters seem flat. Winter is one of the more unique characters from the series, so her character holds together the story quite nicely. The mystery of "The Drowner" is overall clever and gripping. That being said, Gabrielle Lord has an excellent series on her hands, and it's time to move on to a new series. There's only so many life-threatening situations these characters can withstand. A new Black Ops trilogy by Lord wil be an exciting new start!

Review written by Margo Nauert.

We would like to thank Kane Miller for providing a copy of Conspiracy 365: Malice for this review.

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