I loved this book so much more than I thought I would. Also, please note that I’m someone who usually can handle graphic violence, but this book takes it to a whole new level, so be warned.
First of all, I went into this knowing one thing: Vikings.
Luckily, this book brought so much more. It was full of amazing characters, a slow burn romance, family, betrayal, and brutality.
This was such a simply told story, but I mean that in the best possible way. The w
I did not realize that I would relate to Leah this much. Her and I are legit the same person. Like how many female drummers who wear TARDIS socks and love Six of Crows are there in the world? I'd bet it's just me and Leah Burke and that's why she's so awesome. I found her to be so relatable in every way.
I was also not expecting to love how the story continues from Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. BUT I DID. My babies Simon and Bram are still together and that's all I nee
Note: If you want to read my review including spoilers, read it on my Goodreads page linked here. If not, continue on into the spoiler-free version! I am so happy that we got to learn so much more about the world in this book. After Caraval, I was teeming with anticipation to get to know more about the world outside of the game, and this book really delivered.
I think that I enjoyed the first book a tiny bit more than this one, but this one was still SO MUCH FUN.
Is it possible to identify the signs that make a murderer? If so, would it have been possible to prevent the deaths of the 17 victims who lost their lives to Jeffrey Dahmer? Perhaps the 17 lives lost to Jeffrey Dahmer, and the 17 lost in the Parkland shooting have more than their number of victims in common. The signs of Jeffrey Dahmer’s mental problems were identifiable, both in real life and in the graphic novel and movie adaptation of My Friend Dahmer by Derf (John) Backde