dnf @ 51%
I am astonished that this was written by Shaun David Hutchinson. I have absolutely adored this works in the past, but this one... where do I even begin?
I guess with the fact that I understand the message that he was trying to convey, but I think he kind of contradicts himself within the book. The heart of this story should have been that people need to look past assumptions based on others' parents, political views, race, sexuality, etc., but that became warped
I'm mad. I am obsessed with the first book in this series, but this one had so many issues!!! I still care about these characters and I want to know what happens in the next book (mostly bc of the nasty cliffhanger 🙄 seriously tho, is ending in the MIDDLE OF A SCENE ever okay?), but wow this installment was all over the place.
- definitely suffers from middle book syndrome; there isn't really a plot, it's just getting you to the ending
- therefore it's not very en
I thoroughly enjoyed so much about this book, so much more than I was even expecting. Not only was it a very compelling story, but it was masterfully crafted.
The writing in here is incredible, and I'm not saying that lightly. The prose was so tightly woven, and the story seamless. Amidst the intriguing mystery were equally interesting characters and ideas. Since reading a few reviews, I've come to learn that the Cool Girl passage was really revolutionary for the genre (and