Publication Date: November 15, 2011
Keywords: dystopia, rebellion, war
Format Read: paperback I own
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So I have this thing where I don't like to read trilogies until they're all published. I'm wildly impatient. So I bought these the day Ignite Me came out. Yes, it did take me that long to read these. So here I am.
The first thing I loved was the writing style. The way that some lines were scratched out and we could kind of see what she truly wanted to say versus what she knew she needed to keep on the surface. It was so interesting to be able to go back and forth and truly see Juliette's thoughts.
But to the more interesting part—the men. I want so many answers as to why certain people can touch her and certain people can't, and while I'm okay with the vague description of the horror that people experience when she touches them, I want more answers! And I know they may come in the next books. I'm just extremely impatient.
And... here I go. I don't trust Adam. I don't know what it is about, but I don't like him. And I don't like Warner either.
So this isn't totally a full review I guess, but it's hard when I'm only one in the series. So I'll get further in and keep you all updated on my thoughts.
"The sun is an arrogant thing, always leaving the world behind when it tires of us."