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Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor
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Apr 03, 2008

liked it
bookshelves: young-adult, juvenile

The second book gets a bit bogged down in Hatter Madigan's quest for his past and all of the build-up ends in two fairly predictable "twists". The other villain that emerges is definitely loathsome in his own way, but never felt quite as vicious or dangerous as Redd herself in the first book. Redd must come down a bit too, however with so much attention divided between our new villain and the nostalgic Hatter.

Overall, a bit convoluted for my liking.

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