Book Review - The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings

Book Review


She's trained to survive. He's programmed to kill. This is The Murder Complex. Meadow Woodson will do anything to survive, anything to keep her family safe, anything to get home at night. Even if that means killing. Zephyr James is a ward, a forgot soul left to clear the streets of the killing of the death. In a world where the murder rate is higher then the birth rate what would you do to get through the day.

I have been looking forward to this book for so long that when it arrived I couldn't put it down, as soon as it left the box it was stuck in my hands. It's such and incredible story, told from both Meadow and Zephyr's point of view. This gave it a great flow and let the reader get the story form different angles. I absolutely love the characters, all of them work so well together, playing off each other's strengths and weaknesses to make an ass kicking super team. I also really liked that no one really trusts each other, even though they are all in the same boat, all want the same things.

Lindsay Cummings has brought this broken world to life, given it characters who are perfectly flawed and a story that I want to read more of. I can't wait for the next in the series and see what will become of tow of my new favourite characters


Rating - 5/5