Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Genre: Dystopian Fiction
Age Recommended: 14 and up
I don’t really have much to say about this book, aside from that it was well-written (albeit a tad predictable) and that it messed with my feelings much more than the other two in the series since the characters had a fantastically developed relationship at this point. I was heartbroken at the end and would definitely recommend seeing this trilogy through because it wraps up nicely although in a bittersweet way.
Day and June have finally found themselves back in the Republic with all forgiven after the stunt they pulled exposing the government. June has been assigned as Princeps Elect, meaning that she is in the highest levels of the government and next to the Elector, while Day is a prestigious officer in the military.
The two rarely have an excuse to meet each other, but are reunited after another strain of the plague begins to ravage the Colonies and make its way to the Republic. Having thought that they destroyed the plague’s use in the government, Day and June are shocked, and even more so after they realize that June is the only one who can stop this plague from destroying the nation that they’ve worked so hard to save.
But what if saving the world comes at the price of the person she loves?
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