Book Review – This Vicious Cure by Emily Suvada

this vicious cureCat is desperate to find a way to stop Cartaxus and the plague in this gripping finale to a series New York Times bestselling author Amie Kaufman says “redefines ‘unputdownable!’”

Cat’s hacking skills weren’t enough to keep her from losing everything—her identity, her past, and now her freedom. She’s trapped and alone, but she’s survived this long, and she’s not giving up without a fight.

Though the outbreak has been contained, a new threat has emerged—one that’s taken the world to the brink of a devastating war. With genetic technology that promises not just a cure for the plague, but a way to prevent death itself, both sides will stop at nothing to seize control of humanity’s future.

Facing her smartest, most devastating enemy yet, Cat must race against the clock to protect her friends and save the lives of millions on the planet’s surface. No matter the outcome, humanity will never be the same.

And this time, Cat can’t afford to let anything, or anyone, stand in her way.


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Love love love. This wild ride was perfection from start to finish. I just love this series so much.

This book takes the bombshells dealt in the last two books and just keeps them coming – you think you have solid ground under your feet? Ha. Foolish reader. That is one of the many things I love so much about this series, it is so fast paced and adrenaline fuelled, with twists and turns aplenty.

Cat continues to be a bad ass main character, even without access to her body, and folding in Jun Bei worked so well for me.

I’m not going to lie – in places this is even more outlandish than I was expecting, but honestly? You already know if that’s something you mind by reading the first two books. I definitely didn’t mind 😀

There’s no way to discuss this without major spoilers but in case my rave didn’t clue you in – I love this series. It’s just so good, so clever and brilliant. Read it.


Buy This Vicious Cure from Amazon UK.

Read my reviews for This Mortal Coil and This Cruel Design.

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