Godspeed has many more lies and cover ups then even I was expecting. I thought everything was settled in the first book but I was totally wrong and wasn't expecting anything that happens. A Million Suns blew my mind. I didn't think this book series could get any more better and it has. The mystery and intrigue of the first book grows even more. The story is built on top of one lie after another and you would never expect the direction that this book has ended up in. My mind was literally turned upside down on its head from how awesome this book was. I can't say it enough.
I really loved all of the new characters that were introduced and the things that happen to them are astounding. You also get to learn more about other background characters that were introduced earlier. The intrigue and mystery is what really made me dive head first into this sequel. It kept up the pace and didn't disappoint at all.
If you haven't read this series it is seriously incredible and needs to be read. So far this is my favorite book of 2012. Every single time I wasn't reading this book I was thinking about it and was wishing that I was reading it. I read this book so fast I wanted to slow myself down so I could make the amazing experience last longer. The mystery is hyped up even more on Godspeed and it leads to chaos throughout the entire ship with Elder's leadership coming into question. Amy has a big choice to make and you will have to read the book to find out what that choice is. The whole ship is like a microcosm of Earth and gets thrown into disorder and has no clue what is in store for them.
A Million Suns ends in such an exciting adventurous way which impacts everyone on the ship. I can not wait to see how the journey continues and what happens to everyone on board the ship. I can't wait to see how Amy and Elder's relationship progresses some more and what is in store for the both of them. January 2013 can not come fast enough, I want to read Shades of Earth right now. Who else is with me?
|Spectacular, adventurous and magical is what sums up this awesome book. I am so happy that I got the chance to read this book before it comes out in April. Hippocampus really takes you on an adventure that you don't want to leave once the book ends. As you read you learn about Trey Atlas and what happens to him thoughout his journey. You get to learn all about the lost city of Atlantis and all the wonders it has to hold. The one negative about this book was that I w|
5 out of 5 Stars