He puts his other hand into his pocket. I pull Abel close and nuzzle his neck. We get to a cluster of silver birches and join the group gazing up at them. The tour guide is giving a detailed explanation of what is required to keep the trees alive in here and the tourists, mostly Premiums, are eating it up. Nowhere else on Earth will you find such a specimen.
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First of all, this book followed your typical dystopian plot - oppressive government, rebels who know the truth, duped citizens who finds out the truth and decide to do something about it, all hell breaks loose, etc. So for me, the big question was, did I like the characters? And the answer was no. I totally understand the disheartening feeling that comes from unrequited love, but she was such a pushover. And your hero - Quinn. But to rub it in her face although unknowingly just made me mad.
I could forgive him, BUT he goes after Alina like some lovesick puppy. I had also expected more character development from others like Silas and Petra. And there were too many inconsistencies - little things that left me thinking, "HUH?!? They said he died, but someone mentioned he might have been with the Ministry? I can assume I know what happened during the riot, but we never found out what happened to him.
I want to see the actual killing - not to be morbid, but he was an important character in this book. Writing so would put yet another discrepancy in the book. They have clubs in Breathe?!? I thought people were having a hard time breathing in general let alone go out partying. Okay, enough of that. The story was good enough, and I think I may have liked it before I became pickier.
But my lack of enthusiasm for the characters and the inconsistencies in the book just left me disappointed.
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