My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Disclosure: I was given this ARC by the author for an honest review.
This is the latest in the Flawed series. The difference here, is there are no gifts that I can see no talents, no extra sensory flaws. Just a young teen trying to figure out who his father is.
As a character development process, this book is really interesting. I really like the main character. I like the part of the story that he figures out. I love that he’s a writer. But he’s just your average 15-year-old. I am curious to see how he really fits within this flawed system. It is a problem for me in this whole series that I can’t figure out who has history within the series and who is done what before. And maybe there’s a purpose for that. Maybe we’ll figure that out in the few books from now. And that history doesn’t seem to matter within this book it stands alone quite well, a short story of a boy trying to find his father.
So I guess, this book makes me even more curious to see what’s coming up.
Thank you, Rebecca J. Campbell, for letting me read your wonderful book.