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THE PURE ONES Book Review

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The Pure Ones by Danielle Harrington (Book 3, The Hollis Timewire Series), eBook, 368 pages

From GoodReads: When Hollis Timewire and her friends are miraculously rescued from execution at the hands of President Camille, they discover there are other Diseased Ones in hiding—and their vast, clandestine society is more extensive than Hollis ever could have imagined. They are led by Arthur Evandrum, a fellow Diseased One who has big plans for Hollis.


As she acclimates to a new way of life, Hollis is charged with seizing the Area 19 Testing Center and assassinating President Camille. But she pushes back. She fears killing the president will send a message that the Diseased Ones are just as dangerous as history says they are. Working with Jonah and her friends, both old and new, Hollis is under the wire to take over the government with as little bloodshed as possible.

Harrington has developed these characters so much over the last 3 books with twists and turns that I didn't see coming and I have loved every second of it. Now that I'm caught up on the series, it is great to see that the each book picks up right where the last left off. It wasn't a fluke between book 1 and 2 but a trend that continues. We get to see Hollis stand up for herself more as well as fully embracing her community and looking out for them and their wellbeing as well, all of those from the old compound, because they are her family. This series has proven to be easy to read, have great characters, plots, and twists. Talk about some bombs being dropped (not literally) left and right! Because of this I am giving this 5 stars!

5/5 Stars


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