The Girl In The Storm (Paradigm Trilogy Book 2) by Ceri A. Lowe

This book is the second in the Paradigm series.

It follows Carter and Alice, 90 years apart on separate journeys but aiming for the same thing: a better world.

Alice has never felt easy with Paradigm Industries’ plans for the future. Determined to investigate their secrets, she makes a shocking discovery: disturbing experiments on how to create life itself are taking place in underground laboratories, establishing a new order for society that will impact generations to come.

Carter is continuing on his journey to discover the truth about The Community and hopefully change things.

This book was brilliant. I absolutely love the split storyline once again and how they link together. Again, I was more inclined towards Carter’s story, until the end where Alice’s really hit another level. Both characters storys are needed in order for the full storyline to work and both are good and well written.

It was nice and fast paced throughout and both storylines developed brilliantly. I found it really clever how both of them link together. The ending was great. I kind of saw it coming in the last third of the book, but it was still brilliant.

I love the characters. Alice is a brilliant character. She’s a strong individual and wants to make an honest world which is better than before.

I absolutely love Carter and he is by far my favourite character. He wants the same thing, but has found out that the Industry is not all that it claims to be.

Shocking secrets are found out throughout in both storylines.

After reading the ending of this book, I’m really looking forward to what happens next with these characters.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this book. It was just brilliant.

My rating : 5/5*

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