Seven-Sided Spy by Hannah Carmack Review

This book was not for me. I thought this was going to be about spies, missions and love triangles, but nope. It was about spies having powers and being trapped in the woods. I didn't like any of the characters and I was pretty bored reading it, I almost didn't finish it. Unfortunately, this was too Sci-Fi for me. The writing wasn't bad and I'm sure people that enjoy the Sci-Fi genre will maybe enjoy this.

Thank you to NineStar Press, LLC for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.

In the midst of the cold war, the CIA’s finest and most fatal female agent, Diana Riley, vanishes. Kidnapped by the KGB and taken to the backcountry of North Carolina, she and her team of unsavory partners are forced to undergo illegal experimentation.

But, when the experiments leave them horribly deformed and unable to reenter society without someone crying monster, the previously glamorous and high-maintenance spies must escape KGB captivity and avoid recapture at the hands of Nikola, a ruthless KGB agent with an intense and well-justified grudge against her former flame

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