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A Life to Kill

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I did not realize this book was a part of a series, so I found myself a little lost with not knowing character backstories. However, this was still a very good read. It was difficult to bring to light issues with soldiers mental health issues and felt captivated by the empathy shown to the soldiers. Really made it feel like I could picture it all. I am definitely going to start this series from the beginning. 

Thank you NetGalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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When I originally requested A Life To Kill on NetGalley, I somehow missed that it was the seventh book in a series. It was hard to follow the story at times but it didn't really take out of me enjoying the book in the end. The book handles a difficult subject but succeeds in showing the issues with recruiting, soldier's mental health as well as the sense of purpose that drives men to want to serve. 

Thank you to NetGalley and Pan Macmillan for my copy in exchange for an honest review
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