Elder has his hands full with a ship no longer controlled by chemicals. Meanwhile, Amy receives a message from someone she thought she’d never hear from again…
Let me be frank: I did not like this book. To be fair, I went in to this book expecting not to like it because I did not like Across the Universe either.
I did not like the character in the first book, and somehow I managed to dislike them even more in this book. I had not thought that was possible, but there you go.
Then there was the plot. Well, I say plot, but what I mean is build up. There was a lot of build up, like a rollercoaster ride that only knows how to go up, and I was thinking as the tension rose higher and higher, “this is not going to be good.” And it wasn’t.
I wished I’d stayed away. If I could go back, I would read neither of these books. But then, I was expecting to be disappointed when I read it, so maybe I created a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The covers, at least, are still very pretty to look at.
Don’t just take my word for it!
“Overall still a great read that I read in one sitting and the pages flew by as I tried to find out what happened.” – Christa @ Hooked on Books
“Definitely a must read series!” – Kyle @ A Reader’s Pensieve
“Frexing awesome.” – Trin in the Wind