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The Black Tide: Remnants (Tides of Blood - Dystopian Thriller Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It's written in first person, one of my favorite POVs and this author pulled it off well. The author writes clearly, with a good eye for logistics, I was never confused about what was happening in the book. I enjoyed the main cast but wasn't so fond of Lexi's (the little sister) few chapters, it didn't feel they like actually brought anything to the story until her last chapter. I liked that chapter.
The book started out with mounting suspension but when Ava and her sister had gotten away from their first danger there was a break for a flashback to happier times and even though I enjoyed the flashback it threw me out of the story for a bit. I wanted to see them emotionally deal with what they had experienced, I did not want to be stopped in the middle of it for some fluff. Not so early in the book. The fast development of the second romance also bothered me but that might be because I like slow burners. Another thing that frazzled me a little bit is that it was clearly stated how old the two kids were (10 and 13) but the age of Ava and the others were never mentioned, they were just over 18.
I enjoyed reading how the government and other countries reacted in the wake of the Black tide, it felt legit. To me at least. However it felt a little bit too much like a summary, I wanted more, but I guess the book would've been longer and I would not have been able to finish it the 5 hours it took me. ^_~