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Plus, Manx is on trial for murder and Kaci’s refusal to shift has begun to impact her health. Leaving Faythe to balance being a caregiver, an enforcer, and a 23 year-old woman who struggles with the limitations her world wants to place on her. All without being able to seek support from Marc.
My only complaint about Pride was the lack of Faythe’s brother Ethan and his BFF Jace—which Vincent more than makes up for it in PREY. In fact, I would argue Ethan is the most important character in this book and Jace is the one that displays the most growth.
With her elegantly simple prose, Vincent deftly handles the extremely difficult emotional moments of the novel while balancing several interwoven subplots. Her plotting is tight and her writing is lean, as both she and Faythe have come a long way from STRAY. This is Vincent at her best and most compelling. Pulling no punches, PREY is both tail-kicking and heart-wrenching.
It’s not only the best book in the series (so far,) but one of the best books I’ve read this year. While I know that many readers are going to be shocked and upset by the events of the novel, I trust that what Vincent has done is necessary for her series. She’s fond of saying how PREY changes everything. All bets are off—and I can’t wait for book 5!