After the Fire
First of all, the beginning is a very strong starting point, it hooks you in, talking about the fire, and shows you where it all began. Throughout the book, the swift transitions from 'Before' to 'After' gives you insight to the story without the constant dialogue interrupting the stories of the Lord's Legion, which I'm fond of so this is a plus. Her growing likeness of Agent Carlisle and the therapist shows her going into more detail, giving the reader a very interesting story, with the cliff-hangers at the end of each chapter of 'before' wanting readers to read more, and being hooked onto every word, as I very much was. All in all, its a great book that I highly recommend, and would say that the ending is very, very satisfying. All I would add is slightly more into what happened at the end of the book, or how Moonbeam matured in her later life.
Posted on: 18th May 2018 at 01:17 pm
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