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The bestselling Revenge of the Sisterhood series concludes -Yoko Akia has been hungering for revenge all her life, and now, finally, it is time. Yoko's mother was just fifteen when a rich American deceived her into a life of degradation in a twisted prostitution ring. She died aged seventeen after bearing her baby girl. Now a great movie star, he is long overdue some justi...more
Paperback, Large Print, 363 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Wheeler Publishing (first published March 1st 2007)
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Heather  * Yeah...Why!*
Sisterhood # 7: Yoko gets a long needed revenge.

Yoko has a secret that when she reviels her mission put the Sisterhood to the test. The Sisters put it all out on the line to help Yoko avenge her mother. Trust me when I say reader were not ready for this book until now. If it is something that makes Charles sick to his stomach then you know right off the bat that the mission is going to be difficult and somethings are not easy to forget and that this is one mission that takes strong wills and is...more
Laurel-Rain
The Sisterhood is comprised of a group of women who have banded together to avenge the wrongs of those near and dear to them. In this series, I have enjoyed reading about and cheering on the women whose loyalty and smarts help them achieve their goals.

In "Free Fall: Sisterhood Series #7 (The Sisterhood)," one of their own, Yoko Akia, seeks to avenge her mother who was only fifteen when a wealthy man swept her off her feet with promises of love. Instead, he brought her a life of horror and eventu...more
Kathy Davie
Seventh in the Sisterhood vengeance-suspense series about a group of women seeking justice outside the courts.

The Story
It's a year later and, at last, it's Yoko's turn and, oh, boy, it is truly awful. Yoko wants vengeance against her own father. The man who has made it a twice-a-year practice to visit third world countries to buy very young virgins. Some for his personal use; the rest he sells to sick perverts just like himself. It was Yoko's mother's fate. Purchased along with her sisters, Suki...more
Tamara
I have read Fern Michaels many times in the past but it has been awhile and I know my reading tastes have changed however, this book sort of makes me not want to read Fern Michaels ever again. A friend of mine loaned me the book and since she did, I wanted to give it a try. I figured out quickly it was part of a series and fortunately, a positive I can say about this book is that I did not feel like I missed anything from not having read the other books. I was pretty easily brought into the stor...more
Mindy
Well I think I can stop reading these books for a while, I find I am skimming more than reading for pleasure. It is almost a shame because I think the writing is getting better. I actually enjoyed the last 50 pages. I think the story idea is imaginative but the dialogue and character reaction to situations are just odd at times. Sometime when you read conversations in this series it comes off as a bad stage play. Head scratcher. I can't really give good reasons why I keep reading these books exc...more
Shelley aka Gizmo's Reviews
Synopsis: Florist Yoko Akia has been hungering for revenge all her life, and now, finally, it is time. Yoko's mother was just fifteen when a rich American deceived her into a life of degradation in a twisted prostitution ring. She died aged seventeen after bearing her baby girl. The ladies are shocked to discover Yoko's dad is none other than Michael Lyons, an award-winning film star with another nasty secret: he's been buying and selling Asian women as sex slaves to prominent businessmen.

Charle...more
Jean Perry
I read the second in the series of The Sisterhood first and thought it was a great premise for a series of women getting justice for themselves. Unfortunately after that first moderately good read, the next two i tried to read were terrible. There are too many characters that if you haven't read the series in order, the reader sometimes has no idea who they are. In both of the next two books i read, including Free Fall, it took much too long to get into the mystery and the revenge story, especia...more
Jintana
ตอนที่ 7 ของซีรีส์ Sisterhood การแก้แค้นของ Yoko ลูกครึ่งอเมริกันญี่ปุ่น Yoko รู้ว่าพ่อของเธอเป็นดาราฮอลลีวู้ดที่มีชื่อเสียงโด่งดังทั้งในฐานะนักแสดงและนักการกุศล แต่ใครจะรู้ว่าบ้าง เบื้องหลังของหน้ากากคือมนุษย์ที่เห็นมนุษย์ด้วยกันเป็นสินค้าทางเพศ แม่ของเธอก็เป็นหนึ่งในผู้เคราะห์ร้ายเหล่านั้น แม่เธอถูกซื้อมาจากญี่ปุ่นเพราะฐานะยากจนตั้งแต่อายุ 14 คิดว่ามาทำงานเป็นลูกจ้างในอเมริกาก็น่าจะมีเงินพอส่งให้ทางบ้านได้ แต่สุดท้ายก็กลายมาเป็นสินค้าทางเพศที่ถูกส่งต่อไปเรื่อย ๆ เมื่อลูกค้าเกิดความเบื่อหน่าย แ...more
Pam
When the book first opened up talking about Yoko & her revenge & her Japanese routines, I kinda thought I was in for some kind of ninja scenario where she was going to go on a killing spree....but it shaped up a bit differently. Much more creative, and less bloody.

I wasn't aware when I was given the book, that it was #7 in a series though. I'm thinking books/audiobooks need to have a very big number on them announcing what number in a series it is because I really don't have the time to...more
Liz
Seventh in the Sisterhood series, this one avenges Yoko. Her biological father bought her mother as a 15yr old girl in Japan and then had her work in his sex club. This is a quick revenge. Seemed the focus of the book was more on moving the team to their new headquarters in Spain.
Julianne
I always like books by Fern Michaels. Lots of imagination! This one involves a group of ladies and one man who scheme to right some wrongs. For each of the "sisters", somebody treated her badly and needs to be put in his place. The Sisterhood devises a way to get their revenge, and get away with it. They've done it before, and quite successfully. But this time, something goes wrong.....

This is book #7 in a series called,"Revenge of the Sisterhood". My book club wanted to read it, and many of the...more
Carole Stamps
Oh GREAT! Now we're up for hire...and with a WAITING list!! LoL
I will continue the series until I just can't continue any longer.
Mark Buehl
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Areli
My favorite book so far of the Sisterhood!!!!
Carol
I've really enjoyed the Sisterhood Series. Yoko, a very interesting woman of her own right, get's her justice this time. Yoko's mother was a sex slave left to die by her father, a famous actor. Not only does he dabble in sex with underage foreign girls, he also runs a profitable side business fulfilling orders from others who are so inclined. Yoko wanted to know who her father was and as she did and she found herself in the process. The revenge taken on her father was really well done and as int...more
Diana
Apparently this book is one of a series of action/adventure books with females as the lead characters. I didn't realize this when I got the book and it does not mention that it is #7 in a series on the front cover.
I liked the fact that women were the lead characters and were involved in some exciting adventures.
However, by not reading the previous 6 books in this series, I missed something and it was
hard to piece the story line together.
Allen
All of the Sisterhood series are good. I look forward to every one of them so far. I did note a couple of errors in #7, but since it was a paper book, I did not keep track of them and I am certainly not going to highlight a library book,
Beth
Yoko's mother was a sex slave left to die by her father, a famous actor. Not only does he dabble in sex with underage foreign girls, he also runs a profitable side business fulfilling orders from others who are so inclined.Yoko wanted to know who her fathers was and she did and she found herself in the process. The revenge taken on her father was priceless and as interesting as Yoko herself.
Carol  MacInnis
The next mission for the Sisterhood involves Yoko Akia's mother who at the tender age of 15 s swept away by a dashing and very wealthy man who promised her the world. Unfortunately she learned the hard way that all is not what it seems. Now the ladies are searching for America's most famous movie star who has fooled the world into thinking he is 'the perfect role model'.
Susan
I like where this one went in the end. I was worried that it might fizzle and was pleased that it did not.

It is a bit difficult at points because of the nature of the case they are working on and I was unsatisfied with its outcome, but the overall storyline ends great.

I am glad certain characters are involved now and can contribute to the cases.

Susan
This was the final book (I think) in the sisters who took revenge and destroyed the people who had hurt them...you have to had read the previous stories to understand it all....good ending....those girls did alot of damage to people who deserved it! very quick and easy read just to pass the time....nothing too deep....
Patricia Solla
So this is supposed the last of the revenges of the sisterhood. Of course, things go wrong right from the beginning of the story, but all works out at the end and the sisterhood will continue on a 'higher' basis. I liked what the women did to the man (and some of his compatriots) who is the subject of the revenge.
Lara Hafen
Overall I liked the book. It was mindless entertainment for a few hours and I liked the women's friendship.

The writing itself is not strong (both in grammar/construction and storytelling flaws), but since it's a fast-read/skimming kind of book, it didnt bother me. Great for the beach or an evening in.
Lori
The Ladies of Pinewood are at it again! This series never gets dull. You never know what kind of vigilante justice the sisterhood will seek! This book will keep you reading until the very end. You need to read this whole series to truly understand why these ladies are seeking justice on their own.
Jean
I hated this book. Someone gave it to me, so I decided to check it out. I didn't like any of the characters, when I finished reading it, I actually threw the book in the trash. I have never done that with a book before. I have to finish a book once I start it, this one was tough!
Wanda
I didn't think it was as good as the previous books. However the ending was a surprise for me and I am curious what will happen in the next book.

I didn't think there was as much action in this book compared to the others. Also, I didn't think Yoko's revenge was all that great.
Saylaveev
While I'm still actually reading this at time of review, I can already tell I would't read any more of this series. I didn't know it is #7, it might explain a bit more of this weird scenario and character development but it just doesn't grab me. Even boring for beach reading.
Linda Farrell
Definitely fiction. Typical of the series - quick read written by a little old lady. "...nothing but a sack of poop"??? "...the dark stuff hit the fan"? Okay. I'm still not sure I agree with the premise of vigilantes so my mind set isn't with the book.
Carey
I am sad this book is finally at an end with all the girls finally being able to feel like they have been avenged. This book took turns and I absolutely love thier Ideas of what they want to do to the people who did them wrong. Great read can't wait to read the next one :D
Janne
I did not realize this was #7 in a series, but it was a decent book, anyway. Easy read, kind of fun plot - women that exact revenge on evil folks that have not received justice through the normal justice process. Don't think I will look for the rest of the series....
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