Fragments (Partials Sequence #2)
by Dan Wells
What is it about:
After discovering the cure for RM, Kira Walker sets off on a terrifying journey into the ruins of postapocalyptic America and the darkest desires of her heart in order to uncover the means—and a reason—for humanity's survival.
What did I think of it:
I really liked the first book in this trilogy, so I made sure to get my trotters on the other two books as well.
And this second book is just as cool as the first.
This time the viewpoint switches between several characters, and of course I liked one of them less than the others, but not enough to be annoyed by it. and the story line told from the viewpoint of this character did have some really intriguing bits.
I love the world building in this trilogy. It makes for interesting situations and cool action. The long journey Kira makes through the toxic wastelands of post apocalyptic America drew me in and I cheered Kira and her companions on from the start. They face dangerous situations and disaster on their journey, and at times things seemed hopeless.
The secrets that Kira tries to discover are well hidden and complex, making me guess at what she will eventually find. Of course there's also some teenage romance drama going on. This is a YA trilogy after all.
All in all there is lots going on. Not just for Kira, but also for others, and the things that do come to light lead to more questions about what will happen next for everyone. The book ends in a way that make me more than eager to pick up the last book to find out how this story will end.
Why should you read it:
It's a really cool Post Apocalyptic YA read.