The Twice Lost
After Luce finds evidence of humans’ true cruelty, she seeks to save those who are left. In her sorrow and isolation, she rises to the role that the world requires of her. How can she remain true to herself as the leader she never wanted to be?
- The tension was palpable. The author’s focus on the conflict kept the plot exciting.
- Excellent details and descriptive language created a strong sense of the characters’ experiences, humanizing them.
- Character development overall was well balanced and realistic.
- The multi-pov style of writing was an effective tool for growing the suspense and avoiding exposition.
- Although I didn’t love book 2 of the trilogy, I really enjoyed this volume.
- The representation of trauma felt authentic.
- Loved the ending! Powerful woman choosing herself. Poignant.
- This was my favorite volume of the trilogy. It was worth reading book 2 to get to this point in the story.
- The romance between Luce and Dorian was still dramatic and unrealistic, but it was better in this book compared to book 2.