My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is the greatest dystopia ever and I have learnt more from it than any other series, including Harry Potter.
Read this god damn series, please.
MY EXPERIENCE WITH THE BOOK:
It’s taken me months to finish it. Mainly because it was overdue at the audiobook library 3x. Nevertheless, I completed it, with the many tears shed.
I want to reread this like I’ve never read it before.
Ten: Ten is the greatest female protagonist. She won’t annoy anybody, and has the most beautiful characteristics. She is the epitome of selflessness, and it’s been a pleasure watching her journey.
Killian: best romance lead. Ever. He went through so many changes in this book, arguably more than all of Ten’s.
HOW DO I EXPLAIN SUCH A COMPLEX PLOT???
Alright, so this is the big finale. The showdown between two competing afterlife’s is about to win or fall.
At some point, Killian has forgotten all of his memory with Ten, and hates her.
But it’s okay they get over that and fall in love all over again (yay).
Oh also everybody dies like 3x each but it’s okay, Ten saves the day.
It flips between Ten and Killian’s perspectives, which got me NERVOUS AF (*cough cough* @Allegiant).
– Young teenagers getting married and making my unrealistic shipping heart happy
– Life but as socialism vs capitalism
– Forgiveness vs forgetting
I’ll be honest; I’m confused. But I think it all worked out in the end, in the best possible way. There wasn’t an exact win, and the never-ending love regeneration was a bit of a predictable spin on the fight to the death.
I’m going to buy this series in hardback and cherish it for the rest of my life.
Although, I reallllyyy love this in audiobook form. The accents are so cute.