As Honor fights to remain unaltered when everything around her, including her, has been, she is met with adversaries and champions. Ryder, Christian, Nealon—they all have a goal. Only Honor doesn’t know if their goals coincide with hers...or Superior August’s and the UDK society.
One thing she does know: the world isn’t big enough for all of them.
I want to discuss him a little bit. He's psycho, and I usually try to find a tiny bit of good in all the villains of the books I read, but I haven't been able to find one single redeeming quality in him. And I don't want to either because I thoroughly hate him now. As other's have said, he has a Dr. Frankenstein complex, but in an even more evil and exaggerated form. I'm hoping book 3 provides us with a little more background as to how he became the way he is.
Christian is no longer the same character we read about in book 1. After all he has been through, I can't say I blame him, even though I don't like the thoughts he is having in regards to Honor. Ryder's character development is something I have enjoyed seeing, as he seems to be maturing and leaving cowardness behind. Honor has many facets to her personality, and she sort of has a hero complex she struggles with. She cares about others, maybe too much. That is her flaw, and coupled with her morals and principles, it makes it very easy for Augustus to control her and manipulate her to do whatever he pleases.
This books was not in the least predictable to me because I've never read anything like this. Oh, I've certainly read many books in the Dystopian category, but none are quite like this. I found this book easy to read and there weren't any errors that blatantly stood out to me. It was anything but dull, and had a storyline that makes me want to continue with book 3, which is the final in the trilogy. It was just missing a certain spark, and I hope I find that in the final book.
Unremarkable gets 4 Platypires.