I seriously loved The 5th Wave and I have been dying to read this since then. I can’t really say much about the plot as it will give way to much away but there are many MANY twists and turns and I loved it so much I can’t stop fangirling!
Cassie was again a good character although you didn’t really see much of her in The Infinite Sea as it was mainly centred around Ringer this time which was a very good section, very clever and very intriguing.
“When you look death in the eye and death blinks first, nothing seems impossible.”
Love the way it was structured in the same format as The 5th Wave as it just breaks up all the action that’s happening.
Evan! I kept thinking to myself as it lead up to the release date that Rick Yancey cannot kill off the hottest character in the book, seriously can you imagine the amount of girls crying all over the world…there’s The 5th Wave right there.
Check out The Infinite Sea and give it a read!
Guest review contributed by Mezzalilys Teen Book Reviews. This blogger capitalizes on her experience of youth to bring insight in her book reviews, particularly of the YA market.
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I’ve heard so many mixed reviews about this sequel, so I’ve been really hesitant to read it. Really, the only thing driving me to read it is to find out what happens to Evan! Ugh, he’s my favorite character, and I just wanted Ben to go away at the end, so Cassie would stay with Evan lol! Thanks for sharing your review! I’m feeling more encouraged to read it :)
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I’ve had this on my To-Read list – thanks for posting because it reminded to me actually read it, not just list it! ;)
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I’ve always been curious about The 5th Wave! Is it worth reading?