Blurb from Goodreads: Agony – EPISODE 2 of the Debt Collector serial. Contains mature content and themes. For young-adult-appropriate thrills, see Susan’s bestselling Mindjack series.
What’s your life worth on the open market?
A debt collector can tell you precisely.
Lirium tries to forget Apple Girl, but a rough collection finds him spiraling deeper into the abyss. He faces a one-way ticket to The Retirement Home for debt collectors, until his psych officer offers a way out.
After reading the first episode I couldn’t wait to read this one. Luckily I only had to wait a week before the second episode was releashed and this episode is as good if not better than the first episode.
The story takes off pretty soon after the first episode ended. It is not going good with Lirium and his psych advisor is going to try and help him.A lot of things happen in this episode and changes what I thought I understood. The reader learns new things about the world, the story and the characters and there is so much mystery already. And again there is an ending that nicely end this episode, but also leaves me wanting to read more. I can’t wait till I can buy episode 3 next week.
Two new characters are introduced in this episode and I really am curious what their role will be in the rest of this series. The characters are really interesting and I have the feeling there is so much more to all of them and I want to know more. Lirium develops a bit and learns new things and I am really starting to like his character.
The world building is mostly introduced in the first episode, but there is so much more in this episode. Things I thought I understood are changed and it’s really interesting finding out more about this world. I really like the world and want to know more.
To conclude: this is a great sequel. I actually find myself enjoying a series like episodes, the episode are short enough for a quick read and the wrap up nicely and looking forward to the next episode. New characters are introduced in this episode and there is some world building.
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