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This book was ok I liked it but there were some parts of the story that did not make any sense at all but overall it was a good book the plot of the story is it is about a guy named Finn Maguire and he is a big shot boxer and in he incinerated all his money and he spent it all so he had no money to book fights or anything the parts that I liked was when he kept winning fights and he kept getting to pay the so I think that is nice in how he had to work to pay it off and not just given the money bookcover Shredder this is the next book if you really liked this one. So I know the blurb says that this is a sequel, but the paper I received said it was a companion novel as does the back of the book so I read it without reading the first book I can say that is not necessary to have read Crusher beforehand as I didn t feel lost and everything is recapped for the most part without giving away too much of the previous story.Incinerator follows Finn Maguire as he begins to make his life into something He now has a gym of his own where his former boxing coach is his partner and closest friend However things don t stay positive for long as a loan shark starts to lay pressure on Delroy and Finn, and his lawyer goes missing with all of his money Overall the story had the makings of a great thriller, but fell a little short of that mark The plot is fairly fast pace and aided with the rather large font size I zipped through this in about 5 hours The mystery wasn t too hard to figure out but the plot threw in some interesting twists that made the process fairly enjoyable.Finn had me a bit confused because I didn t really know what to feel about him He s definitely efficient and it s always nice to have a main character who can handle himself in a sticky situation but I don t really feel like I know him He likes fighting, he has an interest in Nicky, and I don t know His personality didn t shine through and being that this is a first person novel I was really disappointed that the voice of the character was slightly generic I was impressed with his ability to get to the bottom of things but I was surprised that he was only arrested like twice seriously.Overall it s a pretty decent mystery thriller and it s certainly a very quick read, however I m not sure I ll check out the companion novel. @Ebook á Incinerator Ò Incinerator Is The Pulse Pounding Sequel To Crusher, Niall Leonard S Debut YA Novel And An Edgar Award Finalist For Best Young Adult NovelFollowing The Bloody Deaths Of His Mother And Father, Finn Maguire Is Determined To Make A Fresh Start, Running A Boxing Gym In The Bruised And Bitter Heart Of The City But When Loan Sharks Target His Business Partner And His Lawyer Vanishes With All His Money, Finn Is Dragged Down Into London S Underworld Once , With Only His Fists And His Wits To Keep Him Alive This is the second book in Niall Leonard s YA series about Finn Maguire He now co owns a gym with his friend Delroy and is trying to get his life in order with the help of the money left to him after the deaths of his parents Following a nasty encounter with a loan shark, Finn agrees to pay off a debt but finds himself in further trouble when his lawyer Nicky appears to have absconded with the contents of his bank account He sets out to investigate her disappearance but things aren t what they seem on the surface and he looks like getting in over his head.Everyone in the story seems to have a secret or something they want to keep hidden but Finn is determined to leave no stone unturned in his hunt for the truth about Nicky and in his quest to keep Delroy and his wife safe Finn is a great central character He s had a lot of problems in the past and has been mixed up with some really dangerous people but although he may have made some wrong choices he s very street savvy and isn t someone to back down from a fight He won t be pushed around by anyone but has tried really hard to get his life together even with things always seemingly conspiring against him There are some surprising twists in the story which I never saw coming and I had no idea what was going to happen until events unfolded The ending was also brilliant and left things on a tense cliffhanger which sets things up nicely for the next book in the series but doesn t bode well for Finn Incinerator is even darker than Crusher There s lashings of blood and beatings and some bits are pretty grim for a YA book This is a crime thriller which will keep you on your toes and have you continually looking over your shoulder Niall Leonard has definitely conquered this corner of the market with his unique blend of gritty drama and suspense. It all started with the death of Finn Maguire s father who was found dead in a pool of blood on his kitchen table This began in Niall Leonard s debut YA novel Crusher which was great I rated 4 5 when I read it in January 2013 I was very excited to read this sequel since I liked reading Crusher and did find it extremely gut wrenching at a particular scene in that book which made me enjoy it Also, it s nice to see some thrillers for YA readers as well As I began Incinerator, it definitely got me hooked and reading but as it progressed, it did slow down some and then the scenes got extremely boring with lots of description Nonetheless it was only momentarily very short and I loved it I heard there s another book titled Shredder that is coming out in the UK soon I ll probably have to wait a little longer for Canada.As the title is Incinerator, I love that the title will speak for itself Crusher as well since I mentioned above that there was a scene that had me with a gut wrenching feeling Or for this novel, fighting fire with fire moments Although in my copy it has the first chapter of Crusher after the story ends, which states it as a companion novel, I recommend first reading that before Incinerator There is sufficient backstory in Incinerator that it can be read on it s own The ending of Crusher however is often talked about at first in the beginning of Incinerator which would be a spoiler for me if I read it the other way around. This companion novel to Leonard s Crusher, follows seventeen year old Finn Maguire as he tries to pull his life together by opening a gym He s been dealing with the violent murder of his father and hopes the gym will give him purpose and security Suddenly he s thrust into a dilemma when his lawyer Nicky disappears along with his inheritance He s had his share of problems with the law so when Nicky vanishes, he doesn t count on the authorities to really help him find her That leaves him on his own to investigate what happened to her, and his money Finn is tough, a fighter who is smart despite his dyslexia and lack of a high school degree He has fallen for his older attorney and thought he could trust her Now, his search is leading him into dangerous territory Leonard s book is designated Young Adult but there s only one teenage character and the plot seems fit for an adult audience Still, older teens will enjoy the adventure, the mystery and the intensity of the book, but there s not much of a YA feel to it This might be likened to a tamed version of Lisbeth Salander s story in Girl With a Dragon Tattoo The action moves swiftly and the suspense builds as seventeen year old Finn takes on thugs, the police, and other crazed people Finn is a gifted pugilist who outwits men much bigger than himself He is self reliant and brave, putting himself in danger for what is right One can t help liking Finn and appreciating his determination and courage There s violence and rough sex, though it s not graphic This book is a swift read that could have been labeled an adult title but which older teens may appreciate because of the high action story. I ll be honest I was hesitant to read this book because it is usually not the type of book I read thriller, murder mystery.Crusher first book was pretty good this one actually isn t bad either characters weren t super developed and I couldn t really identify with them much though it s cool that Finn can box view spoiler a lot of people died tons that I didn t care about but I was sad when Winnie died and then Delroy moved away I liked that the only character I could rely on not dying was Finn and that ending you can t leave me with a threat and just end it hide spoiler This is the second book involving Finn Maguire Finn has now opened his own boxing gym and has taken on his elderly boxing mentor as his partner New trouble finds Finn involving a new, vicious crime boss known as The Turk and again throws his world into turmoil Other threads involve Finn looking for his attorney that has gone missing and getting involved with her possibly unstable character Leonard again spins and interesting tale and not only that, ends the book on a fine cliffhanger that ensures the reader will certainly go on to the third Finn Maguire book. I would not recommend this book The storyline is very basic It is not confusing for people that have not read the first book There are many parts in the book that are completely irrelevant and useless. Great book better than first