Hardcover, 615 Pages
Fiction/ Science Fiction
By: Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
“It is entirely possible to be alone in a crowded room. Your solitude only compounded by the faces around you. The presence of others serving only to remind you of how lonely you truly are.”
🌟 Creativity, Creativity , Creativity! That is the one thought that I had in mind throughout the whole book, if not the whole series. I mean as readers we read a lot of books in the usual format and a change can be good once ina while. I am always looking for unusual reads and this was the best among them.
🌟 I mean, we have emails, we have messenger chats, we have different languages, ship designs, handwritten notes, pictures, drawings and they even managed to put a freaking kitty too! Who would have thought.
🌟 This is officially my favorite trilogy of all times now, because it has everything! (Maybe until the third Six of Crows book is out). Plot wise; this has many twists which are so good, although some are predictable! The pacing is fast as the unusual format makes this a fast read despite the huge number of pages it has! The characters are great and they are funny, relatable and fleshed out. The romance is good too!
🌟 Now I am stingy when it comes to 5 stars ratings but I gave all the books in this series 5 stars because I was so damn happy while reading them, were they perfect?
As much as I am ranting above about how much I enjoyed almost everything, and you know how critical I can be, I can so NO! this is not perfect. These books are always hard to get into at first and they are a bit confusing until you are fully immersed in the story. There were a few boring pages too. And the actual rating should be closer to 4 or 4.5 stars. But who gives a darn. I was enjoying this immensely and it gave me a feeling which many books failed to. I will still give it 5 stars.
“I am not good. Nor am I evil. I am no hero. Nor am I villain. I am AIDAN.”
🌟 Final Rating: 5 stars