A different author.
1. Horrible writing
2. the use of the word "Hella"
3. No connection to the characters, no story development, just awful.
I'm not sure if it was the horrible content or the combination of the two. Monotone and disconnected.
The Lion was the best character.
After feeling so much for these characters I didn't think I could love any more of them- but alas....the existence of the Kevin/Michelle storyline is great. During the parts with Caleb/Becca I literally was yelling out loud in the car- it was ridiculous.
He embodies Adrian. I would read other books just for him- I hope they keep in for the duration.
This book was a winner from the get go- the level of detail brings you right into the story. So much so, that I often find myself thinking how I would do it or where I would go and have to rewind the book. It goes into detail on things the zombie movies and other books gloss over and it's the important stuff!
The performer is great- I have come to associate him with Adrian!
If you hate books with strong, intelligent and courageous female leads you will LOVE this book. the one dimensional main character offers you nothing. No empathy..just pathetic, irrational, cowardly and selfish. It's not just Mary either- none of them are likable or realistic. This is literally the only book I have never finished. In my life.
She wasn't great but she didn't have great material. However, when she did Jacob's voice I literally laughed out loud at the ridiculousness.
Please. Please don't read this. If you want post apocalypse YA- read Enclave or the 5th Wave. Post Apocalypse non YA- The Passage or Station 11.
This series is amazing. It is real, dark, funny, a story of redemption.... it's honestly great. It is the best series I have read since Hunger Games and I have read them all.
The narrator is awful. Just Awful and does Deuce no justice but you get used to her and then it's not nearly as bad. I get it- I almost stopped because of her too but it's worth it to keep going. I promise.
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