Review: Danger’s Cure by Amanda Carlson

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Review: Danger’s Cure by Amanda Carlson
Danger's Cure
Book Info

Released: January 15 2018
Genre: Sci Fi
Series: Holly Danger #4
Pages: 302

“I like the way the crew works so diligently to get what they want.”
~ Under the Covers

The hunt for working medi-pods is on in this next installment of the Holly Danger series. Nothing is left to chance with this crew as they go farther into the darkness of the city and it’s corruption in search of what might possibly be the cure to one of the most dangerous drugs, Plush. Time is of the essence when they realize they’re not the only people in need of working medi-pods but with their search comes great danger and before they know it Holly and crew are facing their most dangerous quest yet.

Danger’s Cure was a bit slow for me at times with all the investigative work they do to find the medi-pods. I do hope things fall into place soon but also like the way the crew works so diligently to get what they want.

Great thing with this series is that every book starts off where the last ended. Leaving you with nothing to catch up on. With that being said you must read this series in order or you will be trying to piece things together and who likes to do that?


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About Amanda Carlson

Amanda Carlson is the author of the upcoming Jessica McClain series. The first book, Full Blooded, will be released by Hachette Book Group, ORBIT US & UK SEPT 2012. She’s been writing for over ten years. Full Blooded is her first novel. She lives in Minneapolis, with her husband and three kids.


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  1. There were some slow parts but I did really like many of the developments. I can’t wait for book 5 to be released in paperback.

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