Book Review: Storm by Evan Angler Rating: 5/5

In his third installment of the Swipe Series, mysterious writer, Evan Angler, continues the saga of the Dust led by the markless Logan Langly. As we learned from the last book, Sneak, someone has activated the vaccine of a deadly virus that has no known cure, which is only in the Marked. Erin Arbitor, Marked but part of the Dust, has fallen ill. Desperate to find a cure while evading DOME (Department of Marked Emergencies), Logan and his crew search for the one person who could possibly help – the scientist who created the vaccine – in the tech mecca of Sierra.

Meanwhile, in Beacon City, the Markless hold protests and continually antagonize the IMPSs (International Moderators of Peace), with the hope of locating one of their own, Eddie, who was captured and brainwashed in the Markless prison, Acheron. As Eddie does his best to resist, he is under the constant watch and care of Logan’s sister, Advocate Lily, who is not what she seems.

As unity between the American and European Unions has produced the Global Union under both General Lamson and Chancellor Cylis, peace seems imminent, but will the imposed drought and the activated vaccine spell more unrest and devastation? Who can Logan trust?

Having read Swipe and Sneak, I was so thankful to get an advanced copy of Storm. I am definitely hooked on this fast-paced series. I’ve become quite attached to Logan and his crew and was excited to read what happened next. Angler’s characters continue to grow and develop as the series progresses. I didn’t want to put the book down – I read through the whole thing in less than a day. I highly recommend the book to those who like adventure and like to keep guessing till the end. Angler will have you shedding a tear, laughing, and yelling at characters while you read!

I received this book from NetGalley but was not required to give a positive review.

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