Title: Small Things.
Author: Robert J. Crane.
Year of Publication: 2017 (UK).
Publishers: Revlen Press (UK).
Cost for Paperback (RRP): £15.99 (UK).
Format: Available in paperback, and as an ebook.
Age Range: 16 and over. If you are younger than this then I suggest asking your parents first.
This is the 14 book in the Out of the Box series.
Sienna is growing as a person. She no longer sees herself as the ultimate badass who can’t be beaten, but getting her head blown to pieces in the last book by a couple of kids, and only being saved by her polar opposite (Kat) made her re-evaluate her perspective. She is learning that she is only one person, despite the voices in her head.
But it is the voices in her head who have given her the most trouble in the past that are surprisingly the ones who are most useful now. Especially when an old pain in her ass turns up on her doorstep in need of help. He’s a man that Sienna has always disliked, but is persuaded that not even he deserves to die. So, she is forced into taking on his fight to save his life. But her enemy is not like her usual foes; this one is smart, and Sienna must learn to ask for help in order to succeed, especially when the root of the problem is the same organisation that her brother and his team are also investigating.
I’m really glad that this series has started to change direction a little, away from the whole ‘Sienna is Queen’ thing that was getting a little repetitive. Sienna is a great character, so it is good to see her growing and changing as a person, and learning to accept that she might always be an outcast. Though luckily for her, at the end of the book an unexpected opportunity arises for her that could give her some respite from being the most hunted person in America.
The next book in the series is called Hunters, and will be released on 25th July 2017.
“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough” Albert Einstein.