(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
I did read book one in this series a while back, but I haven’t revisited the world until now. I found myself quickly pulled back into the storyline, though. I don’t remember if I was completely sold on the romance between Victor and Molly in book one, but I liked it much better in this book… though I felt that Victor was much more concerned with being honest with Molly’s family than she was.
It was good to see some of the characters I recognised from book one, though I felt this book was quite a bit darker than the previous. There were a lot of emotional scenes in this that really affected me… and I found myself really empathising with the characters at times.
I didn’t really like the fact that Molly was so obsessed with Victor, to the point where she seemed to be neglecting everything else. I did feel that the author did a good job of showing how she was affected by what had happened to her, though. I could really understand how she was feeling after certain things had happened and I felt like she reacted realistically.
I really hated Darlene as a character. I loved seeing Pandora in the book, too. I would have liked to see more of Molly’s relationship with Nick. There were some quite sweet moments between them.
I didn’t like Weston all that much in this book. It was good to see more of the world and to see Molly learning how to work the flying vehicle. It was also good to see how technologically advanced the other world was, while still having a lot of differences to Molly’s world.
I have part two on my Kindle and will be reading that. I also have two other books set in this world that I’m quite looking forward to reading.