Review: Passion (Debt Collector #9) by Susan Kaye Quinn

Posted June 29, 2013 by Lola in Dystopia, Review / 4 Comments

Passion (Debt Collector #9)
by Susan Kaye Quinn

Blurb from Goodreads:
What’s your life worth on the open market?
A debt collector can tell you precisely.
Season One now complete!

Lirium attempts to record a debt collector named Molloch in the act of transferring out a child, while stopping him before he can complete the job.

Passion is approximately 15,000 words or 60 pages, and is the ninth of nine episodes in the first season of The Debt Collector serial. This dark and gritty future-noir is about a world where your life-worth is tabulated on the open market and going into debt risks a lot more than your credit rating. For more about the Debt Collector serial, see

My Review:
I am so glad I picked up this awesome serial and this is the last episode sadly, but I really enjoyed reading this serial episode by episode. Passion concludes this season and I have to say I am eager for more. And while the ending is good, I still wanted to know more, like an epilogue how everything turned out with the characters in the end. Because the ending is a bit too open for my taste.

Passion wraps up the story that has started in episode 1. There are some great scenes and some things I certainly didn’t expect. I really liked the direction the story took and most of the story is wrapped up nicely at the end.

While this is the last episode in this season we still get to know a bit more about the characters. there are some character developments I really liked. And the ending brings some character exaclty where I hoped they would end. I really don’t know what more to say then just pick up episode 1 (it’s free) and start reading this serial. It’s awesome.

To conclude: I really liked this episode and it wraps up the story really nicely. The ending was a bit too open for my taste, but furthermore it was really good. I liked where this episode took the story and the characters. I really would recommend this serial to everyone!

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You can add Passion to your to-read list on Goodreads

You can buy Passion here:

Okay so season 1 is now complete, so here is the complete episode list all links go to Goodreads:
EPISODE LIST – add them to your TBR!
Delirium – Debt Collector 1
Agony – Debt Collector 2
Ecstasy – Debt Collector 3
Broken – Debt Collector 4
Driven – Debt Collector 5
Fallen – Debt Collector 6
Promise – Debt Collector 7
Ruthless – Debt Collector 8
Passion – Debt Collector 9

or add the collections
Debt Collector (Vol 1-3) – Delirium, Agony, Ecstasy
Debt Collector (Vol 4-6) – Broken, Driven, Fallen
Debt Collector (Vol 7-9) – Promise, Ruthless, Passion
Debt Collector Season One – in EBOOK and Print


4 responses to “Review: Passion (Debt Collector #9) by Susan Kaye Quinn

  1. I think it’s left slightly open on purpose–but then, I wonder how much crossover there’ll be in later seasons from the new characters to Lirium. Hopefully, at least some. Like you, I’m also so freakin’ happy I took the chance and signed up for that very first review copy. I haven’t been this hooked on something since I discovered the BDB last year, lol. Your review’s reminded me I need to pull my head out of my *** and get mine written for the last two episodes. Actually, I currently have FOUR reviews to write. Better get on that, eh? 😀

    • Yeah I also think the open ending was for a purpose, but I still want to know more! I hope there will be some crossover in the later seasons and we will meet Lirium again. I am really looking forward to the next season already :D. Next week I will post my review of the whole season one!

      I always write my review immediately after I finished a book so I never have that problem. I won’t start a new book unless I have written a review for the last one. Also if I wait to long with writing my review I lose my enthousiasme (and I usually already have enough difficulties putting emotions and enthousiasme in my reviews).

    • I USUALLY write my reviews right after, too, but quit a couple of weeks ago for some reason. I think the fact I was only reading TO review was taking some of the reading pleasure out of it, and I just wanted to feel as though I was reading for pleasure purposes alone for a while. I’ll get back into the swing of it when I have more time on my hands.

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