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- Publisher: Supposed Crimes LLC (April 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01A51BGXS
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The book is very heavy on the gore and horror aspects of many post-apocalypse books. If that isn’t your thing, I would steer clear. I am not a fan of that either, and had I known better, I likely wouldn’t have read the book.
The author does a great job of giving the reader an action-packed 4 or 5-hour ride. However, the end is a bit of a letdown given that the character is back under the knife of someone that she had escaped earlier in the book, due to her father’s quick maneuvering and her mother sacrifice. The ending seems like a slap in the face to her Father, who gave up so much to ensure her safety in the mountains.
The character development of Celeste was a double edged sword in my opinion. I enjoyed seeing the change in her after she left the cabin; however, I grew weary of her bad decisions and naivety quickly. I have to thank the author for the realistic portrayal of her and I agree that having been so sheltered she should have been naïve; however, the amount of times that became apparent was a bit excessive. I had really hoped that Celeste would get a bit of a reprieve, if even only for a second, but of course that was not to be and she was constantly going from one man’s frying pan into another’s fire.
Lastly, I was a bit sad at the lack of f/f in the book. It was noted that romance was not a main part of the book, and I was okay with that; however, the book didn’t have much f/f at all. Toward the end she was traveling with a young woman; however, the young woman, roughly her age I believe, was made to sound like a little girl and nothing even hinted at Celeste admiring as more than a possible friend. The only other possible interest was a woman who viewed her as more of a daughter than a possible lover. Again, I wasn’t expecting much; however, some thought or action that depicted Celeste as being interested in women would have sufficed.
I hate to rate the book so low as it was fairly well written and likely had one round of editing by the looks of the book. Though there were a few places that could have used another look, the book was much better than a lot of books in the genre and that should warrant a higher review; however, when looking at my overall thoughts of the book’s plot, I have to stay at a 2 star.
I received an ARC of this book from Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.
This book is terrifyingly brilliant. The monsters were a mysterious driving force of the story, though they were only featured intermittently, which only added to the horror. I liked most of the characters. Celeste and her father's relationship was so touching, and how careful she was with her newfound friend was cute... though I did hope for more of a romantic aspect to their friendship. The spark was there. Caden was a psychotic and terrifying villain, and how he conned Celeste to his side was sickening. But it truly proved nobody, not even the hero, is innocent in this world. There were other characters I was excited to see more of... only to have them taken out completely. It was a bit disappointing.
But my favorite character would have to be Vega. A twisted, psychotic butcher of a woman who nearly took down an entire army by herself. Celeste seemed like a total badass going after her in the climactic battle, and I can't wait to see how her mantle is passed down. The Phantom Woman lives!
Looking forward to the sequel.