I didn't realism just how much I've grown to love these characters. from the flawed hero's to the not as evil as you first think bad guys. the third book in this series does a great job of finishing the story out as well as it started. the consistencey of writing and world development is amazing. the last few chapters heartbreaking and the epilogue heartening. not what I expected fr a YA and for that I'm Thankful.
I enjoyed listening to this books as I walked to work and school. it was a good way to pass the time and think about how young adults view the government.
Honestly, if I were a HS literature/english teacher, I would recommend this book. There are many parallels to be drawn from this book between the actual content, and issues such as racism, classism, homophobia, and religion. Excellent read!
I really didn't like the two narrators, at first, since the other two books were just Emma Galvin. However, it grew on me & was fine by the end.
I'm glad I stuck with the story. The way the author tied all the loose ends up, was very good. I would recommend all three books.