Government drone by day and book lover and geek girl by night!
Not going to write a long review. This was not a good book. Seriously just skip it and if you really do want to read it, borrow it from the library.
Once again we have VI investigating something no one asked her to and I had a really hard time with most of the characters in this one. They all felt way too cartoonish to me.
And VI's love life is limping along with a guy who does not seem up to her level.
I should have put this down once I saw that Petra was littered all over this one.
Paretsky could have shined a light more on the problem with the 24 hour news cycle and some far left and far left personalities attacking each other via the media to score points with their followers. However, this book seemed to have everyone who did not agree with VI as the enemy. We eventually have people sitting around listening to a Holocaust victim's memories and the whole thing made me uncomfortable. Not because of the subject, but because we had VI demanding that she somehow be told about what was a painful period in his life. At that point, I was 100 percent done with this character. I will probably pick up the remaining books in this series some other time. But as of now, I need a break from VI.