Book Reviews of Eye for an Eye

Eye for an Eye
Eye for an Eye
Author: Joel Ross
ISBN-13: 9780843953381
ISBN-10: 0843953381
Publication Date: 5/2004
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A 23 year old girl is released from prison for killing most of the gang that murdered her sister 7 years earlier. But, one of them is still alive. And nothing will stop Suzanne (Scorch) from getting her revenge.
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From the back cover: "When she was fifteen, Suzanne 'Scorch' Amerce was an honor student. That was before her sister was murdered by a female street gang. Scorch hit the streets on a rampage that almost annihilated the gang, but it got her arrested and sent away. That was eight years ago. Now Scorch has escaped. She has a job to do. The leader of the gang is still alive and Scorch wants to change that. She's on an ice-cold mission for revenge, and she'll take down anyone who stands in her way.
The one man who might be able to find Scorch and stop her bloodthirsty hunt is Eric, her prison therapist. Eric knows how Scorch thinks, what she's after, and where she might go. He also knows why she did what she did, and even formed a sort of bond with her over the past eight years. Will he be able to stand by and let Scorch exact her deadly vengeance? Or will he risk his life to side with the detective who needs so badly to bring Scorch back in? Either way, lives hang in the balance. And Eric knows he has to decide soon..."
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Petite Fifteen year old honor student, watched her sister bleed to
death as the result of being assulted and deliberatly "cut up" by an all girl gang. Something snapped and this fifteen year old went on revenge vendetta. A well written book making the "bad personality" the hero. To the very last page the reader was still in doubt as to the punch line, and even then noy sure what to believe.