This is the second book in the Advent Trilogy.
This book tells a backstory of Alex and Gudrun and their familes. It also follows many other characters who we met in the first book, but in the ‘real world’
I really enjoyed this book. I think due to the revelations from the first book, this one ended up being better.
It moved at a good pace, had a brilliant storyline and the plot developed well.
I like the characters. Having a backstory on them gave a whole new perspective. Alex and Gudrun are great and it was really nice to see how their relationship started. We know that they were powerful families, so it was also nice to see why and get an insight into that.
The ending, once again, had a massive surprise. I didn’t see that one coming at all. It definitely made the book more exciting and has left me wanting to know what happens next.
Terry Schott would leave anyone questioning their existence and whether it was even real. This series definitely sparks up some thoughts in the same way his The Game Is Life series does.
Overall, this book is a brilliant continuation to the first. It had twists and turns throughout, had a great storyline, great characters and it moved at a great pace. I would definitely recommend reading this series.
My rating: 5/5*