I absolutely loved this book. It's quite long but well worth the time it takes to read it, because it is so intense the pages just fly by. I've always loved anything about the Butterfly Effect so this was right up my alley. Just an FYI, though, the ending is pull out the tissues sad :(
5 out of 5 stars
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Just to let everyone know, I am going to begin re-reading the Divergent books within the next few days and posting the plot summaries in anticipation for the October 22nd release of the final installment, Allegiant, in the trilogy, so if you have forgotten what went down in the last 2 books check back here and I should have the information soon :)
Sorry I'm just now getting around to writing this review. It's been a crazy couple of months. This is one of those books that has really stuck with me even though it's been a while since I completed it. I find myself trying to be as quiet as possible in the wee hours of night (if you've read the book you know what I mean) just to see how I would survive in this world. Not really in my top 10 books, but one that definitely kept me interested enough to continue the series when the next installment comes out.
The Road To Woodbury by Robert Kirkman review: This is the 2nd book in the "Governor" series of books related to The Walking Dead storyline. Once again, there are fresh new characters that you begin to really feel a connection to with a great plot along the way. If you love The Walking Dead universe, you have to have this book for your collection!