Sydney on Fire 

A Novel by B.B. Cary 

Storyline: A little boy has gone missing, and a doctor with a wild card streak has to decide whether to risk family, career, and even her life to find him. Sydney is fierce and protective. Gorgeous and gracious. Multiracial, with serious skills. She can patch you up — but she can break you, too, and she will if she has to. With killer arms and a job to die for, she skates through the desolate dawn streets of New York City, trying to stay out of trouble … except when nasty things happen that unleash her lifelong rage against injustice. Then, get out of her way. Sydney might be a mystery to others, but to her it’s pretty simple: Everyone should play nicely. Life should be fair. But it isn’t. So when a child’s disappearance leads to a web of shadows and deceit, Sydney enlists a crew of hospital workers, strung out addicts, and a brilliant tech hermit from a past she rarely visits. Together they must try to find a way to bring down a criminal enterprise whose tentacles reach high and deep.

Okay, so this book wasn’t what I expected. The overall story in this book was a very true and terrifying concern that we have in this world. Books like this really open your eyes to the world and you realize how dangerous it can be. The story in this was a kind of whodunnit mystery. Who stole the kid, and why. The main character seems so moody and aggressive most of the time, it’s kind of off putting and doesn’t really make it easy to get attached to the Sydney Character, she just has a really cold vibe. At first I thought it was going to be a more realistic fictional book…but it soon became more of a fantasy type with how easy she gets access to spy gear and spidermanning it up, Half of the stuff she does just didn’t seem possible. Which is fine because it’s a fiction obviously. But overall it was a really good book…The ending was okay. I didn’t get it though, The story was done. It could have ended at chapter fifty-seven and I would have been perfectly happy with that ending. but for some reason a new different problem arose that extended it for another seven chapters which I don’t think was necessary to the story at all. I would recommend this book. It’s a quick read and quite good! 

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