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Viper by Bex Hogan | Review

Title: Viper

Author: Bex Hogan

Publisher: BKMRK

Published: 18th April

ISBN: 9781510105836

Series: Isle of Storm and Sorrow 1/3

Pages: 389

Edition: ARC

My Rating: ★★★★★

Disclaimer: I received an ARC copy of this book from the publisher, all opinions are my own.

I recieved an ARC copy of this book in exchange for a review!

Viper was such an amazingly written story that I absolutely loved and devoured in a day, it was so gripping I just couldn’t put it down! I honestly didn’t expect to love it as much as I did. I can’t wait to grab a fullcover of this book when it’s released and also to see the map!!!!

This book is done from one point of view and that is Marianne, she is the daughters of the Viper, he is a dangerous man, protector of the King and the citizens of the Twelve Isles. Marianne has trained to become the new Viper but she doesn’t want to be like her father, murderous and doesn’t care for whatever suffering and pain he leaves behind in his wake.

The first in a trilogy we follow Marianne on her journey in finding a way to defeat her father, making allies and friends along the way, finding out new things about herself and her past that she never knew was possible.

I don’t read many pirate books and I know that needs to change as I love a good book that is set at sea! The ending of this book was so good that I’m desperate to find out what is going to happen next, especially as we don’t get any information on what happens to some other characters at the end of this book (don’t want to say any names in case this spoils people!)

I definitely recommend you all pre-ordering this book as I absolutely loved it!

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