My Rating: ★★★☆☆ 3 Stars
|I was hoping this one would be better, and in a way it was. I kinda wish I knew beforehand that I'd be reading from Jacqui's POV. I was really confused when reading the first few pages, trying to figure out who these characters were.|
As for the plot itself, it was fairly simply, everything worked out happily ever after.
Why is Jonah being treated like a Hodor? Like he's the muscles behind the whole operation with no feelings? He got hurt a lot in this book, more than I dare to count, and it's being justified by the fact that he heals quickly.
I hated this.
Do the women in this book not use their brain and try to see who is there before attacking?
Book 1: Fiona shot Bowen before making sure who was approaching.
Book 2: Jack stabs Kevin before using her head and seeing who is there. Yes, I get that he practically jumped on her in the dark so she had no idea that he wasn't a real threat at first, but my God! Stop and think before attacking. Same happened in the prison, she attacks Jonah before seeing who is really there. And I think she almost attacked Kevin a second time
Oh well. I'm happy this doesn't have a third part. It felt like a very shallow book which had potential but didn't deliver.
I still did not get to see what living on the inside of the wall is like, what their rebuilding looks like.
So much potential.