I’m not going to spend too much time on this review. It’s going to be short and sweet. Here we go.
I love the idea of the caste system. It’s a great dystopian way of looking at things. People are born into caste 1-8, some want to break out of it and do what they want to and make a living out of what they love to do and blah blah blah blah, you know all this already.
If you read the dystopian genre, they all kind of sound like this and it can get kind of old.
I hope you read more than this genre.
Please for the love of everything don’t subject yourself to only one genre.
What I don’t like is the wasted potential on this series. They have this big war going on with rebels of different directions and it is just a background thing. They could have lit this whole book on fire with war and sly of hand and vengeance and UGH!
I just don’t see why we can’t have more of that in this series. I am not talking about undoing the love triangles (which I low-key hated but it wasn’t the focus of my dislike) or changing the characters or the way the story is in general; I am talking about enhancing it with a little bit more… edge.
This is just my taste and my words. You could be a big giant love of romances and then this book is going to be in your top five. But I, for one, as we all know, am not a lover of romance and need more action and politics and war to love a book. I need snarky. I need something else to make my jaw drop and my vocal cords to raw.
I am going to read the next book. I’m going to finish off the series because it did grab my attention enough for that. But I am not sure I would ever read them again.