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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
King's Anarchy is the first book in the Million Dollar Scholarship series by Eric Lynch. Julie, Shawn, Amanda, Mark, and Dean moonlight as thieves committing grand theft auto, among other crimes, while Professor Morgan Abbott acts as their leader. He is the king, and they are the pawns. Some want to break ranks and tap into the money saved in their group account, while others want to continue as is. Two want the money they have worked hard for and are ready to do whatever it takes. What will happen to the group? Will Morgan reel them all in before it is too late?
Wow, King’s Anarchy is the best espionage novel I have read. The background building is fantastic, and the character development is off the charts. It is hard to tell which of the characters is my favorite. Amanda is a spitfire, Shawn is far too cynical, Julie is too soft sometimes, and Mark appears too intelligent. I felt Dean could have been stronger, but that was before we reached the story's conflict, and my opinion of him changed. On the other hand, Morgan was hard to like at first. He felt a little cocky and clinical in his approach. He almost felt not human, but Eric Lynch does a fantastic job taking him down a few notches through the character of Roland to make him more human. There are more characters, and each of them impacts the story. I would love to see what the author has for those characters. Lance is the one I would look out for because he has a spark. I loved the action, the plot, and the character development the most. I cannot wait for the next novel in the series.