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Author: Andrea Speed
ISBN: 1623800129
Language: English
Pages: 376 pages
Category: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (October 5, 2012)
Rating: 4.3
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Infected: Lesser Evils. Cover Art by Anne Cain.

Infected: Lesser Evils.

One thing that Speed has mastered, especially in Infected Lesser Evils is the cliffhanger. Previous books have ended in a cliffhanger but this book almost has an ominous tone to the ending and definitely leaves the reader wondering what the author has in store for Roan and the gang

One thing that Speed has mastered, especially in Infected Lesser Evils is the cliffhanger. Previous books have ended in a cliffhanger but this book almost has an ominous tone to the ending and definitely leaves the reader wondering what the author has in store for Roan and the gang. There is something to be said for an author that delivers devastation and angst as easily as humor and sarcasm. Every book gets progressively better as the characters continue to develop and evolve along with the world and the virus that seems to change on a continuous basis.

Lesser Evils, book 6 in the Infected series, is just as fun and addictive as my very first taste way back in book one. Andrea Speed’s world, characters, and descriptions completely suck me in. So much so that I miss her words and atmosphere when I’m not in them. Sorry, but I’m not going to break down the plot here. If you know Roan at all, you know his days and nights are packed with people, life, and death

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Infected : Lesser Evils. Until recently, Roan was ahead of the curve when it came to reining in the lion that lives inside him. The free online library containing 500000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device.

Sequel to Infected: PreyIn a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds. The newly married Roan is struggling to balance his work with his home life as he grows increasingly distracted by his husband Paris's declining health. One case with strong emotions attached takes up most of his time: finding the murderer of a missing little rich girl. Infected: Lesser Evils.

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When I picked up Andrea Speed’s Infected, I definitely did not expect to completely fall in love with the writing, the characters, and . To say this book gripped my attention from the suspense is an understatement.

When I picked up Andrea Speed’s Infected, I definitely did not expect to completely fall in love with the writing, the characters, and the plot. Sequel to Infected: Shift Infected: Book Six. In a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds.

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Sequel to Infected: Shift

Infected: Book Six

In a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds.

Until recently, Roan was ahead of the curve when it came to reining in the lion that lives inside him. Now his control is slipping at the worst possible times. A new drug has hit the streets―one that triggers unscheduled changes in infected users. Street hustler Holden Krause gets attacked by one of his clients, then is surprised to find himself involved in an unwanted, unexpected relationship. And a serial killer begins targeting infecteds in their cat form―something that’s 100 percent legal.

To stop the murders, Roan has to work outside the law. But his newfound thirst for violence makes him worry he might be more like the killer than he thought, and his reluctance to talk about it with his husband, Dylan, puts an extra strain on their relationship. So Roan isn’t just fighting the killer and struggling with his mutating virus… he’s trying to save himself.

Comments (7)
elegant stranger
This review is more for the whole "Infected" series than specifically for this book.

When I finished this book, I got really mad at the author because of the cliffhanger - and because I can't find any information about when the next part will be published. I'd recommend other readers to maybe only finish the fifth part and then wait, because the other books have rather clear endings. Otherwise, be prepared for a torturous wait!

Although certain details (for example jokes - like "there's a dirty joke there somewhere, but...") became a bit repetitive in the last books, I feel the level of the series didn't lower book by book (maybe even got better - the 1st book was perhaps the weakest). Andrea Speed has managed to create humanly imperfect, but very likeable characters, and to make the reader really sympathise with them. Although most of the tears were shed at the end of the 2nd book, the characters have managed to get under my skin, so I felt tears in my eyes several times later as well (mostly because of memories of Paris - I'm very glad he still has a role in the books). Still, all this talk about crying shouldn't scare anyone away from the series - although the tone is rather pessimistic, there's still reasons to burst out laughing due to the conversations between these smart-ass characters, or feel butterflies in your stomach - and usually, the good guys win (more or less). This series just isn't simple and happy entertainment (which I also enjoy), but contains a certain amout of criticism of today's society, and the characters are mostly "broken" to some extent (for example have been abused as children). Similarly to Maggie Stiefvater's Mercy Falls series and Deborah Harkness's All Souls trilogy, the author tries to explain the shape-shifting (the cat-virus) scientifically - sadly I don't know enough about DNA etc to judge how realistic it is from this viewpoint. If you look at the characters and the society though, I think this series is very believable and true to life (forgetting the paranormal element, of course :)).

Sorry about the rambling review, but my impressions are still pretty fresh, and reading this series has been a very emotional experience. I really recommend this to readers who don't mind GLBT topics!
Nikojas
I have read every title in this series to date and anxiously await the next. The author's tendency to leave each book on a character-related cliffhanger may have something to do with that, but that is far from the only motivation I have to keep coming back. The world-building is one major aspect. This is more of a sci-fi than a paranormal shifter series. The unknown virus that creates werecats--of the big cat persuasion--and the social fallout from the existence of the Infected fits consistently and realistically into our familiar world. The plot of each novel is fast-paced, pithy, and basically PI noir, with that added sci-fi twist. Definitely hard to put down once begun. But what draws me to the series the most is the wonderful characters. Main character Roan McKichan, a lion-strain Infected whose infection is atypical is a cynical, wise-cracking tough guy in the classic PI noir tradition; he also happens to be gay. Beneath the tough exterior, of course, hides deep compassion and a strong sense of justice that does not always involve playing by the rules. And the author surrounds Roan with a plethora of brilliant supporting characters, including the eccentric members of a local hockey team, a highly paid male prostitute, a lesbian cop called Drop-kick Murphy, and a sharp-tongued doctor whose desire to help Roan with his Infected issues wars with her scientific curiosity about the unique aspects of his Infection. (The boyfriend situation merits mention, but cannot really be done without following the progress of the series from book one. If you have read the earlier books, you know what I mean. If not, just know that sexual content is understated in this series in favor of characterization and the complications Infection brings to relationships.)
Everything I have said above applies to the series as a whole. This book specifically is one of the very strongest, in my opinion. It will make you laugh, cry, hold your breath, and then scream for the next as soon as you put it down--sometime in the wee hours after you finish the book in one sitting.
Dori
One thing that Speed has mastered, especially in Infected Lesser Evils is the cliffhanger. Previous books have ended in a cliffhanger but this book almost has an ominous tone to the ending and definitely leaves the reader wondering what the author has in store for Roan and the gang. There is something to be said for an author that delivers devastation and angst as easily as humor and sarcasm. Every book gets progressively better as the characters continue to develop and evolve along with the world and the virus that seems to change on a continuous basis.
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Bloodfire
My heart is still pounding. Andrea Speed, you are effing brilliant. Oh, I wanted to occasionally punch you, but by the end of this sixth addition to the Infected series, all I wanted to do was hug you, thank you, and maybe cry. Outstanding world building, great character depth for both the MCs and secondary characters, beautiful pose and command of language, well constructed story, and brilliant original take on shapeshifters. I only miss the lack of sex scenes once and a while. Highly recommended. And no, you can't read these out of order. The reader must start from the beginning.
Zinnthi
Good instalment, though not my favourite. Maybe it was the cases worked and the fact that the case was basically dropped. What about Burn is it still a threat, what is being done about it?
Love love love the hockey guys, they are hilarious and any scene with them in ends with me in giggles.
I would like to see Dylan accepted by Roans lion. Paris was in one of the first books, with the lion responding to him, and I think that is key to their relationship, both sides of Roan accepting and loving the partner. But while Roan is keeping that part separate from Dylan I can't see that happening.