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Abby and Sam are best friends, about to graduate high school in their small Texas town Like all small towns, everyone knows everyone else s business And like most high schools, their is one last party to celebrate graduation full of drinking and some kids aren t on their best behavior Abby has never attended one of these parties, but her best friend Sam convinces her to attend The gossip mill has been in full force throughout the year that some of her female classmates have been taken advantage of, even against their will But Abby doesn t give the rumors so much weight since no one has come forward to say that crimes have actually been committed That is until it happens to her In one tense, painful moment she realizes that she has fallen victim to the predators But will she be like the other girls and remain silent, or will she stand up for herself and press charges Once she decides to bravely air her accusations and go to the police, she finds that her fight has just begun against the small minded town who thinks that certain people can do no wrong, against her own father who doesn t believe her, and against her own dwindling self confidence and self doubt Help and support comes into Abby s life from a surprising stranger I really like the twist with who this stranger is who will support Abby and her decisions, as well as enact a little retribution on the town who spites her The Fury is an enjoyable read, full of emotion and accurate details of what a small town can be like The twist with Abby s savior was unexpected and highly enjoyable I would really love to read a novel length piece featuring these beings and the wrongs they seek to right. [[ DOWNLOAD PDF ]] ⇻ The Fury ⇶ A Victim Of A Horrible Crime The Two Star Athletes That Share A Secret And The Small Town That Must Repent The Fury Is The First In A Series Of Horror Novellas The Second Installment Is Scheduled To Be Released Fall The Fury Is Approximately , Words The Fury is an enjoyable read, full of emotion and accurate details of what a small town can be like The twist with Abby s savior was unexpected and highly enjoyable I would really love to read a novel length piece featuring these beings and the wrongs they seek to right.Read the full review here. I really liked the premise of this story and it had a good ending, I just didn t think the writing was very good I didn t feel empathetic towards the characters and the dialog seemed stilted Sorry, I just can t give a great rating for this one. The Fury is an excellent short novella that takes the reader into the life of a nobody high school student, who endures a horrific event inflicted by her classmates Her life goes from isolation to hostility from her classmates At the story s unpredictable and dramatic end, she learns the difference in justice and vindication The story is well written, and to me, would make a great series, to carry on this interesting concept and to allow for character development Four stars Merged review The Fury is an excellent short novella that takes the reader into the life of a nobody high school student, who endures a horrific event inflicted by her classmates Her life goes from isolation to hostility from her peers At the story s unpredictable and dramatic end, she learns the difference in justice and vindication The story is well written, and to me, would make a great series, to carry on this interesting concept and to allow for character development Four stars A fast paced short novella with realistic setting and accurate portrayal of small town betrayal A fresh concept in Abby s saviour and a surprise twist at the end I d love to read on these beings and their plight for true justice Four stars for this one Justice prevails in a startlingly vivid and brutal way in Lefeve s novella, The Fury Having been well acquainted with her Traveler s Series, I expected nothing but the best from Fury I was not disappointed Short as it is, it manages to be poignant and impart a forgotten truth about humanity Quite a lot of ambition for a book that s less than fifty pages I only wish that this could be a prequel to a promisingly stellar novel.