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- Print Length: 312 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 198127653X
- Publication Date: December 5, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B076PV52NQ
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,737 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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But before I can talk about anything else, I have to say that I absolutely loved Amber and Rylen together!! Thank goodness they finally took that step and found some happiness in the bleak world that surrounded them. And now that we got to see all sides of Rylen, I fell even harder for him. He was so passionate, in control and sooooooo sexy. The scenes of them together, in Undone and Unrest, was scorching hot! But underneath it all, I loved that their relationship was based on the most beautiful friendship. Their love truly encompassed it all! So of course I was scared any time they weren't together or when they went on missions together. My heart was in my throat hoping that they would stay safe and alive!
This book had a ton of action that had me flipping through the pages as fast as I could. But at the same time, there was also some slower, heartfelt moments. It all meshed together so perfectly and made the pace feel just right. While there were moments of horror and sadness, I easily found strength in Amber and Rylen's love for one another and the friendships that surrounded them. But I wish I could have said the same for Remy. While my heart hurt for Amber and Remy in different ways, I was beyond terrified with the hell Remy found herself in.
Remy had been captured at the end of Unrest, and was taken to the aliens compound in Nevada with Tater and Linette. They found themselves prisoners, well more like slaves. Not only were they worked to the bone, but the aliens flipped their world upside down. Family units no longer existed. Touching no longer existed. And if anyone wanted to rebel in any way, then they would either die or have the worm *shudders*. It felt as though I was constantly holding my breath, frightened with what was going to happen next to Remy, Tater and Linette. But there was one element I never even considered, since I didn't read the synopsis. And that was Remy's interaction with the enemy's leader.
We witnessed Remy interact with those monsters. And while the majority of them were easy to lump into the enemy category, they weren't all like that. I hated seeing those shades of humanity in the few aliens we become close with, because then I felt guilty wishing for their annihilation. And that's exactly how Remy felt too. But then it got taken up a level when Remy started to feel something towards their leader. I felt as though my emotions were being torn in different directions and that my brain was a convoluted mess. Especially when I thought about Tater, ugh.
But before I wrap up my thoughts, I have to say that I did have three issues with this book. The first was that there was a scene that was a mesh of two scenes from Independence Day. I've seen that movie probably a hundred times, so it stuck out very clearly in my mind. The second issue was that there was a discrepancy between book two and three (view spoiler on blog). And my third issue was that the epilogue left me desperately wanting to know so much more. Yes we got a fabulous closure, but there were so many questions hanging in the air for me like (view spoiler on blog). So while these three issues made me remove a half a star, this series is still going down as one of my favorite dystopian series ever . Don't let this paragraph deter you, I just wanted to give a heads up.
So a huge yes, I definitely recommend this book to dystopian and Wendy Higgins fans! It was full of action, love, friendship, and heart stopping moments. Plus it had the most amazing book boyfriend ever. You have to meet Rylen! He was fierce, protective, loyal, seductive and definitely sexy! I'm so glad I read this trilogy and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that some day down the road we'll get a peak at this world and characters again. I already miss them!
This book literally began right from where Unrest ended. I loved that because I have been dying to know what happened ever since I finished that book. I was in need of this third one so bad and when I finally got it I dove right in and finished it in a day. It took a turn that I was not expecting and it did shock me.
I love that this book added Remy's POV to the story because without it I would have been even crazier while reading this book. It added depth and it let me know how Remy and Tate were while still keeping Amber and Ry in the mix. It was about both of them equally and both of their parts mattered. I loved that their relationships were a part of the story because it added something extra after waiting so long. It was a great slow burn.
Wendy Higgins just killed it with this trilogy! She captivates so much feeling, emotion, desperation, love, and determination. This trilogy just enthralled me because it was so different and it kept me flipping pages nonstop. I suggest you get on this trilogy and feel the experience that I did!
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