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Review of Force of Nature by Jane Harper

Hello Readers,

Thank you to Flatiron Books for generously supplying me with a review copy of Force of Nature by Jane Harper. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

I absolutely loved Jane Harper's first book The Dry. I went into reading that book very hesitantly and ended up reading a story that completely absorbed me and then I proceeded to recommend it to everyone. Needless to say, I was excited to hear that she was writing another book with Aaron Falk at its center. Force of Nature is a stand-alone book from Harper's previous work The Dry. The only thing that connects the two books is Agent folk himself, so if you are wondering where to start with Harper's books the answer is either one is just fine, but The Dry is the first in the series and does give you the upper hand of introducing you to Aaron and his story.

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