Ruins by Dan Wells | Book Review

Ruins was a great read, no scratch that, it was awesome and I just fell in love with Dan Well’s style all over again. I love the humour laced within the dialogue and the depth within every single part of the story. His books, the Partials Sequence, signify everything I love about reading and about dystopia. When Fragments ended, I was left with tons of questions, and if I’m honest, I didn’t really have any idea where the story was going. Ruins carried some pretty major twists! Some of which I saw coming, and others I didn’t see coming at all. As my questions got answered one at a time, I was on the edge of my seat down to the very last chapters. While the focus is still mostly on Kira, the major…

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Fragments by Dan Wells | Book Review

I have to tell you that sequels give me somewhat of a mixed feeling. They make me feel both excited and nervous. Very nervous because some don’t live up to your expectations and will leave you really disappointed, wishing you’d never read the book in the first place. Sequels really make or break a book . So lets start with a big round of applause for Dan Wells, because Fragments is EPIC! The story alternates between different point of views and you get to know a whole new side to the Partials. We even read some chapters in Samm’s perspective, who has quite some trouble expressing his thoughts and emotions, this makes his interactions with Kira so much more interesting. I just fell in love with Samm. The plotline…

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Partials by Dan Wells | Book Review

“Happiness is the most natural thing in the world when you have it, and the slowest, strangest, most impossible thing when you don’t. It’s like learning a foreign language: You can think about the words all you want, but you’ll never be able to speak it until you suck up your courage and say them out loud.” I’ve never been this wet in my life, ” said Kira. “Even immersed in a bathtub I swear I was dryer than I am now. ” “Look on the bright side, ” said Marcus. Kira waited. “This is the point at which you would traditionally suggest a bright side. ” “I’ve never been a real traditional guy,” said Marcus. “Besides, I’m not saying I know a bright side,…

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