The Cruelty

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Feiwel & Friends, Feb 7, 2017 - Young Adult Fiction - 384 pages
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When Gwendolyn Bloom’s father vanishes, she sets off on a journey she never bargained for. Traveling under a new identity in a world of assassins, spies, and criminal masterminds, she uncovers a disturbing truth. To bring her father back alive, she must become every bit as cruel as the men holding him captive.

Taken meets The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Bourne Identity in this action-packed debut thriller (optioned for film by Jerry Bruckheimer) from Scott Bergstrom.

 

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Although this certainly isn't a book suitable for middle school due to the use of profanity and the mentions of drug and sex, a small part of me wishes it was because Gwendolyn Bloom is such a tough ... Read full review

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A page-turner but not for the faint of heart. Gwendolyn's father is kidnapped and she goes on an international quest full of criminals and allies (which are which?) to find him. Read full review

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Scott Bergstrom lives with his wife and daughters in Colorado. The Cruelty is his fiction debut.

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