The first thing that turned me away from liking this book is the ambiance. For some reason, the innocence of the first book vanished, swallowed whole by profanity, sexual innuendo and extreme jealousy! Dank has turned into the boyfriend from
hell! I don't understand why but it seems as though Dank doesn't care for romance and subtly anymore. Now that Pagan knows what he is and how Leif isn't quite who he claims to be, it's okay to be nasty and possessive. Well, they both are possessive. It's funny, both are bad, but one claims evil over the other. It's a quality in the book that's a turn off.
Other than that, I enjoyed Predestined, so much more than the first. The flashbacks of the tale explained much of the "why's" I carried when reading book one, but I have to state that the entire book was slightly clouded by the narrator yet again. Liz's voices were so awful, I almost didn't want to finish the series. Thankfully, I ignored myself and her voices and completed the book.
Now Leif 2.0 was an easy read because more than half the book were already known from Existence & Predestined. What Leif 2.5 gave was a small glimpse into his thoughts on the situation. How he'd sought assistance and eventually his decision that made the ending of Predestined. I will not give anything else away. Because it did some clarifying, I rate Leif 5/5 specs. With 3 Specs for Predestined, this evens out to a nice 4/5 specs.
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Rating: 👓👓👓👓/5 Specs
*Ceaseless is next.
**Audiobook and eBook from my own library.
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