Although there's an attempt at the empowerment platitudes that have recently become so popular in YA, it can't hold up a stale, lazy plot that insults readers' intelligence.
With Bad, I thought I'd be getting a psychologically suspenseful retelling of The Talented Mr. Ripley in the vein of Genuine Fraud and Social Creature. Instead, it was more L.S. Hilton's Maestra trilogy.
If you're a fan or even just like me a sporadic reader of romantic suspense, you'll likely enjoy Tailspin. At the very least you won't hate it.
What would The Handmaid's Tale look like set in the world of Red Queen? Whether you care to ask that question or not, Grace and Fury is here with an answer.
Eve of Man's first half is unbearably boring, and the second half reads like one of those fantasies where terrorists invade your workplace/school and you singlehandedly take them all out. If you want a book that capitalises well on a Handmaid's Tale kind of setting, go for Grace and Fury instead.