In the Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken; 535 pages
SPOILERS AHEAD! DONT READ IF YOU HAVENT READ THE FIRST TWO BOOKS IN THE SERIES!!
They need to get out of LA. They need to get away from the agents who want to turn them in. They’re desperate to find a cure and free the kids from the rehabilitation camps. But first they must regroup and overcome their own conflicts if they hope to succeed.
I don’t think was as good as the first two books but it was still pretty darn good.
I was never a fan of how much Ruby trusted Cole, especially at the start of this book. I didn’t like all the friction it caused among the original group. I thought it took a while for things to really get going in the book as well. There was a lot more focus on internal drama than the plotting and planning. I did love all the character development in this book though. You see totally different sides to some of the characters and it’s refreshing. The ending was great, I’m glad it didn’t carry on for too long after things got wrapped up.
Rating: 4/5 stars
Series rating: 4.5/5 stars
Books read in 2018: 1/107
Next review: King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard