Yeah. Hell yeah. I liked that book.
Those shining, glowing, beauts is for that spectacular ending. Just the last few sentences really. Took the show and my endearment for this series.
I enjoyed Pure. But I feel like the whole concept was still too new to me. Ya know what I mean? It was written quite well and the world building? Get outta here. Exceptional. It was the concept of people being fused to things and eachother that was ... just so new. You really have to understand.
Once I got passed that and was really able to wrap my mind around it and these characters...How could I not fall ass over elbows in love? Simple answer? I couldn't and so here I lie so utterly giddy at finding such a good read that I am beside myself. I just love to stumble upon these little treasures that are not rated as highly as they should be.
Ya'll should know by now that I love a story that takes a stroll. This gem delivers. I also want it to be known that I like a book written in many a perspective. I want to know what's going on with this and that person. I don't want to spend all my time speculating. I get that with this. I am allowed the privilege to see what each person takes away from any given experience.
Also, I'm the first person to admit that I harbor no particular disposition to hopeless romanticism. Meaning don't be writing a book a so chock full of the shivers and the growls that I can't see straight. For reals. Pump the brakes on aaaallll that. I don't mind the romance, what's a book without it? I just don't feel like it should take precident over the importance of the story. Both Pure and Fuse are great with this. Baggott has written a truly complex story complete with muey importante goins ons and has really kept the readers' focus on that. Thank you, Ms Baggott. Thank you.
All in all: Seriously a great second book. Even better than the first. It's long, I ain't gonna lie but this story needs the length. Any shorter and I may have to say that it probably wouldn't be as good. Read this series.
Eagerly awaiting Book 3.