I was enjoying this book in the beginning, I found the story about the church and what was happening in the world really interesting. I realized this book shows how people tend to follow along with the masses, how a simple belief can turn into a way of life for some, then the rapture happens and I sort of feel like everything just fell apart. I started to get confused by what was going in the story and with the characters. It honestly didn’t make sense to me but I didn’t hate it either. I was invested in the 3 main character and wanted to see what happens.
Vivian is a strong character but her confusion was confusing me. I liked Peter and Harp, I felt sad for all of them having lost so much. The rapture had taken almost everything from them all and you can see how it was affecting them. I thought at some point the story kind of went in a strange direction and some of the characters maybe didn’t need to be made that important or could have even been left out, however I do hope in the next book you find out more about the people that kind of just stopped being in the book. As I got closer to the end I was worried that I wasn’t going to like this book however a few twists and turns later I was really starting to like it and by the time it ended I kept thinking I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book. This book started out interesting then got a little lost in the middle but what happened at the end really made me like this book a lot more than I thought I would.
recommend: yes I would this is a really interesting reading regardless, it was rather enjoyable.
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