This is my 3rd time though, in preparation for reading the final book. And this is still glorious. I really have enjoyed revisiting these characters and this world.
Superb! This one gets 5 Super stars, with bonus magical powers.
I’m so happy to be rereading this one, in preparation for reading book 2 for the first time.
I adore how this explores the same situation from different perspectives. It walks that fine line between what is right and what is wrong, as well as who is good and who is bad. It’s a reminder that most of the world and life exists in the gray areas, not in the black and white areas.
Book 45 read in 2019
A book about superheroes and villains, you say?
This was so much fun!
Until it wasn’t.
And it was full of brave and powerful heroes and villains…
…assuming you can figure out which are which.
And the ending:
This was another incredible book by Marissa Meyer, assuming you like to feel like this while reading:
Here’s how long you’ll be willing to wait for book two:
It was a lot less upsetting reading the end of this book knowing I now have book 3 in hand and can continue onward. I can’t wait to see what happens next!
This was every bit as fast-paced, action-packed, and gut-wrenching as book one. I even had to shout at a couple of characters on several occasions, not that any of them ever listened to me.
This has a dramatic conclusion which will leave you feeling desperate for book 3, in order to see how the story moves forward. That being said, book two did a great job of pushing the overall series forward. It also sticks a knife in and twists it, just when you think you can’t take anymore.