Fury is the sequel to Blur, and as in the first book, Daniel is seeing things he wishes he wouldn’t see and is trying to figure out what it all means. It had been a while since I read the first book and so the details were a bit blurry for me, but it was repeated at the beginning of Fury, so it didn’t feel like I had to go back to Blur.
While this was an entertaining read, I couldn’t shake the feeling it was a bit forced at times. Also, without putting spoilers, there is a lot here that didn’t surprise me in the end at all. Which was maybe a bit of a let down, but it still was a very quick read. I already have the third book in the series and I plan to read it soon, so I hope the story will take a turn to the original in that one.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!