In general this issue was a good experiment, but the groundwork needed to be laid sooner in the series. Having Iris take over on thenarration was a strong shift and it almost made me forget what book I wasreading. This issue plus the next come across more like their own two issuemini that wraps up the three issue crossovers and frankly if that had done thatit would have worked better. Part of me really liked this book, but I was leftwith too many questions. How long was Iris under control for? Why should I carethat she's being betrayed? How the hell do they know that she's swaying fromthe programing when she is still treading alone as if everything was normal?Just too many plot holes in this issue that I think could have been handledbetter. Still as far as crossovers go I'm really interested in seeing how thisbad boy ends and hopefully it won't disappoint. Read Full Review
The Executive Assistant Hit List Agenda started well and had a lot of promise; the standard has slipped somewhat since then, with only Lobdells Orchid managing to maintain the high quality. It will be interesting to see what happens in the end though, mainly because I have read every other issue, and I hope this series can end on a high. Read Full Review
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