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When we finish book two we are on edge as to the outcome . Very quickly we find out what has happened. I was a bit disappointed as the author used the entire third book as a recap of the events and to catch up on the cast of characters. I thought he could have done so much quicker and started to let us know where he was going with the story itself.
So, giving him the benefit of the doubt I am diving into the next installment with the clear hope of seeing a whole lot more substance and a whole lot less review.
We will see as I am beginning to wonder whether even he knows where this whole thing is going.
I started with SICK, and I thought the characters' narration was a bit stiff and stereotyped. However, the content was interesting, gripping, and fast paced. Each book got better, and the characters quickly developed more and realistic depth as the stories progressed. I kind of got addicted - since I couldn't get the books from my county library I had to buy the first one (SICK), the ended up getting the free computer "Kindle" and compulsively buying the sequels!
Pretty well researched (I'm picky, as a biochemist), and I was very satisfied with how the story progressed and ended. DEFINITELY will read anything else Mr. Battles writes in this strain (pun intended) that he writes in the future.
I would totally recommend this book to anyone looking to get into the post-apocalyptic genre!
Also, this was billed as a trilogy - at least I thought so. At the end of this book, one must wait for the next book to be published later this fall. The author is dragging out the conclusion. In my opinion, Battle needs to finish the story, and start a new one.