Honor Rochester has one purpose: decimate the UDK society and every tainted imprint of its hand upon her life. Superior Maximus August stands between her and this insurmountable task—every time she moves forward, he pushes her back. But the monster can only push so far, can only manipulate and destroy so much, until another monster is created. She will win, but she has doubts that she will be redeemable afterward.
The book starts off kind of slow, but it was worth the wait for all the action and suspense that happened afterward. There were so many moments that had me cussing at Augustus because he is EVIL. I had a feeling that some of the horrible things that happened would happen, and then the end was left kind of open. It wasn't a tidy close to the trilogy, but I found myself okay with it. It leaves us wondering what will happen with Honor and Ryder. Maybe Lindy will write more books for the series, maybe she won't. But either way, if she decided to write more about them, she has left it open to continue their story.
There were some sad moments where I just really felt for Honor and Ryder. They go through some excruciating ordeals that would have left any sane person unstable. And Honor is unstable for a while, but we see how she recovers when she has Ryder by her side. Lindy's writing has undoubtedly improved and kept me engaged and in suspense as to how everything would play out. There were definitely some shocking surprises at the end, and I was quite pleased with how everything turned out.
Insignificant gets 5/5 Platypires!