Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2019
Wow. Just wow. I'm exhausted after reading this.
First, the only complaint I have is that I totally hate cliffhangers. This has a cliffhanger, so be prepared to be annoyed.
I thought the previous books in this series were great. This was even better, and I didn't think that was possible. I refuse to do spoilers, so I'm not going to describe the entire book. You'll have to read it yourself. I want Tristan and Simon to be real so they can be my friends and I can do coffee and tea with them. On a daily basis. Especially Simon because he shares my sense of humor. Peaches? Love him. A new character, Dex, is introduced and I want him to join my coffee/tea dates too. I can't stress enough how this author has made these characters so addicting. The secondary characters are great too.
This book has so many storylines going on and seamlessly weaves them together. None of it feels scattered and hard to follow. This was intense from the beginning to the end. So much edge-of-your-seat-I-think-someone-is-surely-gonna-die action. It would be overwhelming but again, there's heart to this world the author has created. You want to jump into the book and help, even though they do fine on their own. The heroes are in the middle of so much drama, but the author sucks you in for the ride, somehow managing to hold on to your energy level to keep reading without taking a breath, by the personalities he has created. The world matches reality so it also makes you ponder our own world. Powerful people are corrupt and care little about who gets hurt in the process, as long as greed and power win. It's nice to see people knock them off their narcissistic egos and megalomanic behavior. It's a wild ride that you will enjoy. Take a nap afterward, because you will be exhausted. But you'll love every word, sentence, and chapter. On to the next. After I eat a protein bar, for sure.