on 26 August 2013
Okay, as with the first book in this series, there were a lot of moments where I thought, 'Really???' And yet I was utterly hooked and so disappointed when I reached the end and realised I had stayed up so late and would not be able to start book 3 until the next day!
As I find with all series, book 2 is so much better than book 1. We're already involved with the characters and the mystery has thickened. I think something this book does really well is it makes you care. I cared what happened to everyone. I cared about Jenna. I also think this book is great because of the emotions surrounding the story of Jenna. It was surprisingly believable, amid such a story line, and I found it both unsettling and moving.
This is a great mix of YA, paranormal romance and horror, without resorting to the typical vampire slant. It's genuinely creepy, but also lighthearted and humorous, and most of all, I really want to know what on earth is going on. Onto book 3!
on 23 May 2013
Another gripping read in the series.
Sometimes the second book in a series can lag slightly, not so with Uncertainty. I found this book as un-put-downable as the first in the series, Gravity.
I liked Ariel's relationship with her friends (and her enemies!). And I'm interested to see how it all pans out with Henry.