Brailynne Corr Book Reviews by brailynnebooks BrailynneCorr.com
building for Sylum is fascinating and scary and real.
I could genuinely feel the pretense of safety and underlying danger
in this society, and it is distinct from the openly overbearing Enclave
from the first book.
Part of what I admire most in the first book is Gaia's unyielding sense of justice and her level-headed determination to fight for what is right. Birthmarked was not a dystopian romance with a dash of ethics on top -- it was rooted in eliminating the injustice of the existing system, in changing the world for the better.
i t feels almost reversed in this sequel. Gaia changed too much and
too quickly in this book, but maybe that's just how a girl her age
who has been so physically suppressed her whole life, and is now discovering
the possibility of love -- maybe she would fall for 3 different
guys. I was just sad to see it happen.
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