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Read & Download The Operator (The Peri Reed Chronicles, #2) Ý PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ On the run ex agent Peri Reed returns bigger and bolder than ever in this second highly anticipated installment in #1 New York Times bestselling author Kim Harrison's new suspense trilogy The Peri Reed ChronicOn the run ex agent Peri Reed returns bigger and bolder than ever in this second highly anticipated installment in #1 New York Times bestselling author Kim Harrison's new suspense trilogy The Peri Reed ChroniclesPeri Reed’s job eats her mind but for a special task agent in hiding forgetting the past can. 355 stars The Operator was much stronger than The Drafter I had a lot of specific criticisms of the first book but didn’t find any of those here I feel like the series would’ve even received better had she started here Or expanded the preuel because that was really good as well Overall I’m glad I read these but I’m a bit bummed there probably won’t be a continuation

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Use her as a tool for their own success she must choose to remain broken and vulnerable or return to the above the law power and prestige she once left strong but without will for whoever holds her next fix will hold her loyaltyYet even now as then a love based on lies of omission might still save her life. I tried to like this Kim Harrison wrote one of the best UF series ever I had to give this series a chance The Drafter was okay I was hoping this would be better It was disappointing It felt aimless and repetitive It’s amazing that a book with lots of action can be so boring Halfway through I realized I just don’t care about anything The plot the characters none of it interests me Peri Reed is a character who is hard to relate to Her mind has been so damaged from drafting that she has no idea what has happened to her She doesn’t even know what she likes or what responses of hers are genuine or manufactured by her anchors It’s hard to root for her She’s not a bad person but she’s done enough bad things that she’s not good either Her desire to be her own person is admirable but constant self doubt makes her convictions less convincing The biggest problem with Peri is that she’s a tool She didn’t let others manipulate her as easily as she did in The Drafter but when backed into a corner which happens a lot she reacts exactly how the enemy expects her to She tends to be impulsive and gets stuck in one bad situation after another The worst part is most of the time she is completely aware the situation is bad and walks right into it anywaySilas is the only character I like and the only one who isn’t heartless Most of the other side characters are self serving and bad There are no fascinating shades of gray to their personalities Silas’s page time was minimal although his relationship with Peri was stronger Peri’s relationship with Jack is aggravating The way she feels about him reminds me of a woman in an abusive relationship because he’s done awful things to her and she tries to justify his actions since she still cares about himI won’t be reading any books in this series There was some character development but Peri’s situation didn’t change much from the beginning of the book These books are too long to get through when the plot barely advances Thanks to Netgalley for giving me this in exchange for an honest review

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The Operator The Peri Reed Chronicles #2Be a blessingBetrayed by the man she thought she loved and the agency who turned her into the very thing she fought against Peri abandoned the wealth and privilege of Opti for anonymity riddled with memory gaps and self doubt But when a highly addictive drug promises to end her dependency on those who’d. This series is very much a futuristic suspense that's fast moving and features a very unusual concept that of being able to briefly turn back time known as 'drafting' Peri has been lied to manipulated and ultimately betrayed by the man she trusted most and as this book starts she's off the grid determined to stay free of the crooked agencies that would use her and then scrub her memories A peaceful life is too much to ask for though and Peri's past is catching up but this time they dangle a huge carrot Whilst 'drafters'lose all memory of events that they change Opti have developed a drug that would enable the user to keep their memories For Peri it's almost impossible to resist as relying on those who 'anchor' her hasn't exactly worked in her favour but the price is high In order to be whole Peri would have to work for her enemies and oh yes there's that little side effect known as addiction No 'anchors' controlling her but Peri doesn't want to swap one prison for another would youWell what a humdinger of a dilemma the author poses Set in a futuristic Detroit yes there are amazing cars natch it's an odd mixture of capitalism and savage poverty Speaking of which Peri and those around her seem obsessed with wealth and material possessions so it makes her uite hard to like initially What strikes this reader though is the simple fact that Peri might lose chunks of memory due to her overworked brain but her possessions remain which probably help ground her The characters surrounding Peri are even unlikable if I'm honest and it's hard to understand some of their motives Those working for Opti are odious and one in particular is insane The government types seem little better and yet there's one who shines but even then I just wanted a little So now I come to the romantic angle Jack whose treachery cost Peri so much and Silas who is pretty much a mystery when it comes to motives Peri doesn't really know who to trust but with a killer on her tail and a drug messing up her system all she can do is keep going forward or maybe back if that's what's neededThis is a complex idea but it's essentially good versus evil I guess Whilst Peri is never warm and fluffy she does look out for those she thinks deserve saving As this ended I was left with a conundrum as there are peripheral characters that I simply don't trust but that's the beauty of this series I think So much is laid out in front of the reader and yet how much of it is smoke and mirrors It's an easier book to read than the previous one ' The Drafter' as this time at least Peri has some idea what she really wants which enables the reader to get onboard much uicker Definitely nothing like the Hollows books I associate this author with and best read in order but wow what a concept This is a voluntary review of an Advance Reader Copy