Richelle Mead has created an interesting and original world (both science fiction and fantasy) in which to explore the struggle between humanism and religion (without being self-righteous or condescending). I found myself wondering how on earth we might have come to this this incomprehensible future America doing it's level best to have nothing to do with ancient gods. With the help of strong, likable characters, I hope to find some answers.
This book is really good! You're slowly introduced to an intriguing post-apocolyptic world where religion has been mostly outlawed and genetics are closely controlled, thanks to a disease that killed half the world. The hints as to what's happening are well placed to keep you guessing and turning the page. I wait in anticipation for the next book.
pretty average, and SLOW but i probaly would be willing to check out the next book just to see wherre shes going with this, maybe they'll get better...
did not like this book at all found it very hard to get through it was very disappointing for a richelle mead
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