It had been quite a while between this final novel of the series and Cress for me to get into it again. And even more so since I didn’t get a chance to read it immediately upon release date due to other books in my TBR list. Nor did I try to refresh my memory from Cress to recall certain what happened to each of the characters.
However, with that said, enough of what happened in the previous books came back to me for me to understand what was going on in the beginning of this book. And I was able to read and enjoy the book all the while freaking out at the events that were taking place throughout. It was a thrilling journey packed with action, drama, and romance throughout.
Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton
There is something interesting and unique about this story that kept be intrigued. And it’s kind of hard to say exactly what. Maybe it’s the characters, or the settings, or even the confusing storyline, but it drew me in.
I don’t want to get into details about the story because really, it’s not the easiest story to summarize. There are a four points of view and each one has their own side of the story, but I found each one of their sides compelling to find out more about.
The interesting thing about this is that the characters in this story aren’t exactly good, but they’re not exactly bad either. However, even if they’ve done the wrong thing, I have this part of me that sympathizes with them and that part wants to root for them. Unfortunately, that’s hard to do when you want to root for them all, despite the problems they cause.