Imagine waking up one day and you lost all your memories. You don't know who you are or what your name is. Where do you begin to look for clues? Who can you trust? And why is this happening?
So I normally do a pro and cons list for my reviews but this was such a short story that there really isn't a point; so i'll just get to the review. For such short stories i was intrigued by the story line. Why was this happening to Silas and Charlie and who could be behind it. So needles to say I was looking forward to this last installment. But alas it was a disappointment in that nothing really happens. It seems the plot is gearing up to have a huge climate with a few twist (that by all accounts are predictable) and than it Never Never happens. The explanation for the memory loss is so clique it left me empty. I felt as if there could have been more and I wanted more.
Don't get me wrong the book wasn't horrible but the last book seemed so shallow compared to the others. As if the last book was hurried. Was this a Allegiant, no. So for the length of this book it was ok and if you have some time to kill why not.
-He says things with laughing eyes and a grin, but his words lash out like a whip.
- Fate is the magnetic pull of our souls toward the people, places and things we belong with