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Mercie Hillbrook lives a simple, quiet life working as a gas station attendant. Then her parents are killed. Her home is taken. The people responsible are excused for just doing their job. When an attempt to get justice her way lands her in trouble with the law, Mercie realizes she still has something to lose: her own life.
Then she finds reason to believe her parents were murdered… and she doesn't care anymore
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Her Name is Mercie is the kind of story that makes you mad for the main character. She’s put into a situation she just can’t win and expected to come out on top.
From the first page of this story to the last, I was hooked. I just couldn’t believe that Mercie kept being given such a shitty hand in life. From the way she finds out about the death of her parents to her new companion to everything that follows.
One of the things I love about Mercie is her sense of humor. Despite all the pitfalls in her life, she still had a snarky and hilarious (to me anyway) sense of humor. She’s definitely someone I could relate to.
This book is fast-paced and just launches you through the story. Before you know it, you are on the last page. I was a bit frustrated by that, but that’s no one’s fault but my own for reading it that quickly.
I adored the ending of Mercie. I guess it was more of a “hope” type thing for me. I was hoping it would end a certain way, but since I know how many authors love to torture their readers, I didn’t get my hopes up. It didn’t end in the way I had hoped, but it was still a deeply gratifying type of ending for me.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a crazy fast-paced story full of excitement and humor.