The Greed

The Greed The action packed high stakes YA sequel to The Cruelty sees Gwen face ever greater danger from the men who hunt her Gwendolyn Bloom is dead But even armed with a new passport and identity the danger

  • Title: The Greed
  • Author: Scott Bergstrom
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The action packed, high stakes YA sequel to The Cruelty sees Gwen face ever greater danger from the men who hunt her.Gwendolyn Bloom is dead But even armed with a new passport and identity, the danger is far from over Her father is safe but Gwen still hasn t untangled all his lies from the truth Meanwhile, her enemies are closing in with a vengeance.She found herThe action packed, high stakes YA sequel to The Cruelty sees Gwen face ever greater danger from the men who hunt her.Gwendolyn Bloom is dead But even armed with a new passport and identity, the danger is far from over Her father is safe but Gwen still hasn t untangled all his lies from the truth Meanwhile, her enemies are closing in with a vengeance.She found her father when he disappeared off the face of the earth can she survive being on the other end of a manhunt

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    1. This espionage story is not at all like the Gallagher Girls. It is a dark gritty story of a young woman caught in the world of espionage and used by any government that notices her. She has been trained by the Israelis, is an American citizen, has a father who is a former CIA operative now hunted by them before he can share his secrets. She has killed to survive and will do so again if she needs to.The story begins in Uruguay where Gwen and her father are hiding out. But before the story is over [...]

    2. Thank you to Feiwel and Friends as well as @netgalley for the advance copy of The Greed. I actually had to go back and read The Cruelty first because I didn’t realize it was a sequel. These books have consumed my week.•⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 for The Cruelty, ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 for The Greed. I wanted to read these to evaluate for my middle school library. They are DEFINITELY best for mature high school readers. Wow. In The Cruelty, Gwendolyn has lived all around the world with her (ado [...]

    3. This book really messed with my brain! I loved every minute of it, but honestly there were times when it became too much (torture-wise). The storyline continues masterfully ahead. I did not know what was going to happen, or rather I couldn't predict it. I love a strong female lead, and this book has given me just that. This book made me ask questions about morale (my personal and the character's), strength (both physical and psychological), family (will I go this far to save my father), loneline [...]

    4. I received a copy of this book from Macmillan Children's Publishing Group via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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