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Ricardo Haro Haro itibaren Khushhal Ganj, Uttar Pradesh 224161, Hindistan itibaren Khushhal Ganj, Uttar Pradesh 224161, Hindistan

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Ricardo Haro Haro itibaren Khushhal Ganj, Uttar Pradesh 224161, Hindistan

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omg there are four parts? When are the next two coming out? I want to read 'em. And look at the pretty pretty pictures. The pictures are awesome. EDIT: I need to own this book, already. The copy from the library is currently lurking around my room because I don't want to return it. Page 108-109 has a particularly pretty picture. FURTHER EDIT: I own this book. But I'm not sure I want to own the next two, because the third one was so much less amazing. :/

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Original Sin Overall Rating – 5.0 out of 5.0 On the surface, Lucy Hamilton is like any other stay at home mom. She looks after her three year old son, Theo; she takes him to the beach, folds laundry and makes dinner. She even drives a nice, safe car. But what no one knows is that Lucy used to be Sally Sin – a spy for the United States Agency for Weapons of Mass Destruction (USAWMD). Not even her husband knows about her past and that’s the way she wants it to stay. Her life runs relatively smoothly, until Ian Blackford – illegal arms dealer and Lucy’s old nemesis - returns from the dead. USAWMD need her help and Lucy starts a race against time to uncover the mystery of Blackford’s return, save her family and herself… Original Sin is one of my favourite books of the year so far. From the opening page you are drawn into a world that is exciting and dangerous. Despite this, the plot is filled with intensely hilarious moments. I’ll admit to chuckling out loud at poor Lucy’s misfortune or her under rated skill at disarming an opponent. The plot development – Sally potentially being born to be a spy- has me salivating for more. I found her relationship with Blackford more interesting than the one with her husband. It might be shameful of me, but I was hoping for a spark between them…and maybe in other books there will be  A rip-roaring, suspend disbelief thriller that will also have you rolling with laughter, Original Sin is a MUST read!