The Fracturing (The Culling book 2) by Tricia Wentworth

This is the second book in The Culling series.

In the final moments of “The Culling”, Reagan Scott was betrayed. This betrayal changes everything. Not just for the Culling but for the country. As the competition for Presidential Couple continues and the final four are solidified, the campaigning begins, sending Reagan on a tour of the townships to vie for the votes and hearts of the nation. Though she’s finally with the one who has always had her heart, everything else seems to be spinning out of control. With enemies both within the Culling and outside of it, it’s not a matter of if something will happen… but when.

When the world comes crashing down around her, will Reagan break under pressure? How far can she make it in the Culling? And more importantly, how far is she willing to go to protect the ones she loves?

This series is brilliant and I enjoyed this book. The storyline developed well and the plot moved at a good pace and I love the characters. I read this book incredibly fast and have been absolutely engrossed in it.

I love Reagan. She’s a brilliant character. She’s strong willed, yet caring and compassionate. She is a natural leader, but has a good sense of humour. I’m rooting for her all the way.

Lyncoln is also a great character. He is strong and fierce, but protective and passionate. I think Reagan and himself make a brilliant couple and I have loved seeing their relationship develop.

There were so many brilliant moments in this book, that I was expecting something to go wrong. The ending, however, I did not expect it to be like that. I’m now going to have to read the next book because I need to know what happens!

Overall, I really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to read the next. The chapter lengths were perfect in this book and I still loved the fact that the book is on the longer side. I would definitely recommend this series.

My rating: 5/5*

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