Book Review: Wrench by Roux Cantrell

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Title: Wrench

Author: Roux Cantrell

Release Date: April 8th, 2021

Page Count: 125

Start Date: October 7th, 2022

Finish Date: October 8th, 2022


Story: I wanted Frisco to have her own story. I was legit going to pitch the idea to the author to get her put into a story. I obviously hadn’t read this story at the point of my thought. And no. This review does not state that I’m great friends with the author. I’m pretty savvy with social media. I know how to search people and send them a message. Just saying. However, this is a book review. I’ll leave it at that. At the point of reviewing this book, I’ve already read all eight that are released. So I can legitimately say that this one is currently my favorite one. It has a more raw and emotional feel than the rest did. And that’s saying a lot.

Characters: The dynamic that Wrench and Frisco had since the very beginning is a very interesting wonder. I can’t really explain why I was so intrigued by the pair. Maybe it’s just how they seamlessly seemed to match each other despite the fact that it’s not really something either of them wanted. I was a little sad that she and Vega were on the outs in this book though.

Critiques: Ummmm I’m not in this world? (Meant to be cheeky)

Final Thoughts: Have you ever started reading a series and you liked it okay? You weren’t in love with it. Nothing really jumped out at you. Then suddenly it’s a day or two later and you’re four or five books deep into it and find yourself thinking about the series even when you’re not reading it? Yeah that became this book for me. And it was this book that I became aware of it.

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