Very typical— sequels are never better than the first, and this one fell right in line with the rest. Same ole, same ole. Except for I didn‘t realize there was a THIRD BOOK!! Why did none of y‘all tell me?! And it‘s not even out yet! Oh well, it wasn‘t terrible. 5/10
4th book read for#NovelNovember #readathon @Andrew65
I liked this second book in the series even better than the first because I was even more invested in the characters' outcomes. I loved all the twists and turns and I really admire Avery's resiliency and level head.
This was a very entertaining sequel to The Inheritance Games. This YA mystery, suspense puzzle book series is definitely worth checking out. This is not a standalone and you should start with book 1 first. 4.5⭐️ Another book done for #NovelNovember and a free space for my #bookspinbingo
This series is just amazing! The characters are complex, the writing is great, and I actually like the love triangle in here. This one fills in some information gaps from the first one, which I liked. Will definitely read the next one.
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3¾⭐ (mostly a pick) | NARRATION 😁 = Very Good | Narrated by 📣 Christie Moreau
The pacing was quite slow for the first two-thirds of the book. The ping-ponging between love interests with the two Hawthornes was a little much for me, also. Obviously, the last third helped this from being a complete snooze-fest. It was even rather good. ⬇ ⬇ ⬇
It‘s kinda disappointing. It feels like there shouldn‘t be book 3 anymore. And like book 1, Avery is a lowkey flirt and I hate it. Puzzles-to-be-solved and the mystery are not that exciting anymore. I also felt like it‘s just circling to the same topic. The love interest is just an added flavor to the story but fails to deliver. I don‘t know. I used to like Grayson more than Jameson but here they lose their charm.
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This book does not suffer from the usual middle book in a trilogy issues. It is still a fun,full throttled, absorbing read as Avery continues to work out the reasons for her mysterious inheritance. I could have done without the love triangle but then I am not a teenage girl.
I loved the first book, and I loved this one too. There are lots of twists & turns - it was a fast-paced thrill ride with a smattering of romance. I still ship Avery/Jameson over Avery/Grayson as I think AJ has much more chemistry than AG, but I think there are more revelations to come there. I cannot wait for the third book. 5🌟
Thanks to NetGalley & publishers, Penguin Random House Children's UK, for the opportunity to read an ARC.