I received an ARC from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
Real Rating: 2.5 star
To be continued…
*stares at end of the book*
WHY…. JUST WHY….. The end was perfect, why did you have to keep going………..
The third book of Chimera seems to start losing steam. The endless betrayal, plot twists, and constant use of deus ex machina to get out of crazy situations is starting to wear me out. By now, I’m just done with the endless circles that Gomm puts the user in. I have no clue who to trust, who’s speaking the truth and it leaves the reader feeling more annoyed than compelled to figure out more.
After 3 books of the series, I’ve come to the conclusion that power of plot is really what drives these books. Without the constant plot twists and bizarre encounters, this trilogy would be lackluster. With them, the books are a lot more readable, until the gaping issues become obvious.
The book continued to be a nice quick read and it felt just right to be a trilogy.
Another book? Seriously? I can’t do it anymore…