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"Bane? Take Margo and go. You've done everything that you can.
Just leave me here. I'll be fine."
"No, you won't" said Bane.
"Fine. I won't. Doesn't make any difference now. Go."
Margo, Bane, and Jon outwitted EuroGov by rescuing an entire facility of teens destined for recycling by the European medical industry.
Now they have to make their way to the last home of religious freedom in Europe--the Vatican Free State...
The journey won't be easy.
Camping from France to Rome would be difficult enough, but an enraged EuroGov has also placed a bounty on their heads: dead or alive.
Posted by Lisa A. Nicholas, Ph. D. on 22nd Dec 2016
Having read the third book in the series first, then going back to read from the beginning (I Am Margaret), I found this book, the second, my favorite so far (haven't gotten to Bane's Eyes yet). As Margo, Bane, and Jon take off through the wild, Turner puts them through some really grueling adventures, with danger coming not only from the agents of EuroGov but also from ordinary citizens and Mother Nature. Not to mention all the awkwardness of having Margaret sharing a tent with the two men in her life ...
No spoilers here! But, seriously, if you've already read I Am Margaret, you need to get cracking and read this book. If you haven't read I Am Margaret, do that first -- and then read this book. And then Liberation. And then snap up Bane's Eyes, which I'm guessing will cap the series.