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I can’t stress this enough, Zoey was a kick ass character. I became more attached to her in this book than the previous one. I loved how her story arc continued to become more complex as she learned to live outside the confines of the arc from The Last Girl. In addition to the great character development, the landscape in The Dominion series is excellent and this world felt three dimensional. Joe Hart had me screaming for more as I finished the last chapter. How could you leave me hanging like that, Joe! Yes, yes, I know, a good cliffhanger is required to keep me wanting more, but seriously, I wanted to close this book and open the next.
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Length: 354 Pages
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
Release date: September 13, 2016
Zoey is not the woman she once was. She’s watched her friends die at the hands of their captors, been hunted, and returned from the brink of death. Now she must find the truth about who she is.
In search of the family she never knew, Zoey learns of personal records stored in an Idaho missile silo that may contain the information she and the other women seek. With the help of her group of newfound friends, Zoey travels to the missile facility, but among the records, they uncover information that leads to an insidious and horrific new foe: the Fae Trade, a macabre carnival of slavery and pain.
Zoey’s journey into the darkest parts of the human psyche brings her perilously close to the ever-thinning line between good and evil, and the final cost in her quest for justice might be her own humanity.
Joe Hart, biography
Joe Hart was born and raised in northern Minnesota. Having dedicated himself to writing horror and thriller fiction since the age of nine, he is now the author of eleven novels that include The River Is Dark, Lineage, and The Last Girl. When not writing, he enjoys reading, exercising, exploring the great outdoors, and watching movies with his family. For more information on his upcoming novels and access to his blog, visit www.joehartbooks.com.