Life. Possibility. Choice.
All taken from Adelice by the Guild—until she took them back.
But amid the splendid ruins of Earth, Adelice discovers how dangerous freedom can be. Hunted by soulless Remnants sent by Cormac Patton and the Guild, Adelice finds a world that’s far from deserted. Although allies are easy to find on Earth, knowing who to trust isn’t. Because everyone has secrets, especially those Adelice loves most. Secrets they would kill to protect. Secrets that will redefine each of them. Torn between two brothers and two worlds, Adelice must choose what to fight for.
To say that I was disappointed would be a huge understatement. I was so eager to read Altered after finishing and absolutely loving Crewel. Now I find myself wondering what happened because that something that made Crewel so entertaining, so different was completely missing from this second book. The setting was new, some characters were new, and things like Tailors and the Whorl were also new (which confused me at times). But it, I’m afraid to say, was just not interesting. I was bored in the middle and even at the end I just didn’t care anymore.
The only character I liked was Erik, but he seemed to mainly get scenes when Jost wasn’t around/involved with Adelice. The whole Adelice/Jost thing was terrible. I just hated Jost’s character so much. I actually think I liked the bad guys better than Adelice and Jost. And that’s not really a good thing. Also, Amie should just die. What a sister she is, wow. That girl needed to be ripped.
So with my disappointment, I’m not sure I’m going to bother reading book three. Maybe if I find it at the library or see it really cheap somewhere, then I may continue on. My luck with finding a series I like is still terribly low.