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Posted April 17, 2014
This episode about killed me. This has one of the saddest scenes I have read. But what else would you expect from an apocalyptic world? I am ready to dive into the next episode!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 15, 2014
From the beginning I had two options, hide or run. I had hid because Cohen had asked me. Because he promised me I wasn’t alone. Now I was and, even through all of his promises, we weren’t together.
We never would be.
It has been 2 long, lonely years since the darkness came. Since the monsters came. Two long years since Alexis has felt Cohen’s touch. Lex’s days mainly consist of staying inside, staying quiet, and sleeping. During her waking hours she has learned to communicate with Cohen through the glass. She dreams of one day being able to touch him again. But that is all she has...dreams. Two years of hell being a prisoner in her own home. She was all alone and the Ulamas are in control.
Another action packed book, if not more than the first. The pace is fast and your heart rate never slows down. I honestly don't know how the author wrote this story without a few heart palpitations. I know I had to have experienced them. It was that intense. And it stays that way through the whole book.
My heart broke halfway through and I may never recover. In my review of episode one I mentioned that I fell for these characters instantly. Well, those feelings never ceased, they only got stronger as I started into this one. But something so horrific happens and it left me gasping. Literally.
Now I am off to read episode 3. With a new turn of events at the end of this one, how could I stop now? I can't! Read! Read! Read this series!
Posted March 30, 2014
Posted July 10, 2014
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