Assigned the task of finding the scientist that could stop the virus, the pair decides to use Celia to locate their target. The Kite virus was created by the North Koreans for all the obvious reasons.
India Pelletier has only ever cared about helping people, which is why she is more than happy to accept the assistance of a mysterious doctor who she thinks was sent to bolster the manpower of their Mexico clinic. Some readers have also complained that Tymber is usually so focused on crafting all the elements that help her post-apocalyptic stories come together that she has no time to build the chemistry between her characters.
Honestly India would have sounded more realistic when said wit Okay, so this one was better than the first one. Honestly India would have sounded more realistic when said with the other Review drunk monkeys author small meredith names India, Yankee, Oscar A central theme of the novels is the Kite Virus.
It just could have been done a bit better. So the Drunk Monkeys must stop him before he can gain a foothold. And the term Twunks did actually make me chuckle. The Drunk Monkeys, it should be noted, takes place in the s.
The excessive sex also immediately separates these novels from any other young adult series. Each book starts with a woman on the verge of a big discovery. India figuring out that Reverend Silo was the baddie based off the information she had felt a little thin, but I get that the group needed to figure it out somehow at some point in the series.
Kite is far from being irraticated at this point and Silo is continuing his plotting.
It could be argued that all the Drunk Monkeys books more or less follows the same structure. This is going to be Rapp at his best and the new book comes out October 2nd.
No one has ever accused Tymber of writing bad sex. As such, it only makes sense for them to team up and to pursue a singular goal as a unit. All in all, not bad.
Tymber Dalton seems to be turning these out really fast the next one is already up for pre-order on Bookstrand. Unlike the adoration she sometimes attracts for her BDSM books, Tymber Dalton, the author has been criticized for the sexual aspects of the Drunk Monkeys series.
Recommendations Every 2 weeks we send out an e-mail with Book Recommendations. The only thing missing is a love triangle. Though, the young adult tropes are so difficult to ignore. The series has been mistaken for young adult literature by some people, though that misunderstanding is usually cleared up very quickly once one takes the time to read any one of these books.
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It takes the actions of a pair of Drunk Monkeys operatives to save her. The name Drunk Monkeys refers to a series of novels written by Tymber Dalton.Complete order of Drunk Monkeys books in Publication Order and Chronological Order.
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