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Undone by Karin Slaughter
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Jun 04, 2012

it was amazing

After Jeffrey's murder in Book 6, Sara has moved back to Atlanta, working in the ER of the hospital where she started her career. This pediatrician chose the ER because she doesn't want to create relationships anymore. She just wants to patch people up and move on.

However, a woman is brought to the ER and changes everything. The woman was hit by a car while fleeing from captivity. Suddenly Sara is working with Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents Will Trent and Faith Mitchell, who were introduced in another book of Slaughter's (and is on my list to read.)

Slaughter's strength is her remarkable ability to create such dimensional characters. You feel like you know these people, to the point that you actually feel protective of them. Sara is back, battered but by no means down for the count. And though she tries not to get involved in the case, she can't help herself.

Will is such a great character. You just want to hug the guy and tell him it will all be okay. And though it is SO hard to think of Sara with anyone but Jeffrey, the idea of Will with her in the future is not an unpleasant one.

Faith is a bit annoying, but not horrible. It bothers me that anyone would tease Will about his reading problem.

There is a ton of action, great writing, and amazing characters. A win all the way around.

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