OMGosh... this book was so not interesting!
I know, many of you may think I'm crazy, but this book was worse than the first! I liked the idea of the mini, walking nukes with sore throats but then there was the boring old narrations that were in the first book! I was so let down.
Okay, let's start over. The Infinite Sea is the follow up book to The 5th Wave, by Rick Yancey. If you read my review for the first book, you know I liked book one, but it was boring too. The best parts were the beginning and the ending. The same for this one too. It began with a bang but dragged me through an infinite sea of freezing, thick molasses, helping me to not care whether any of the returning characters lived or died. One did die... but I won't tell because I will give NO SPOILERS! The thing is, it wasn't anything people had me thinking.
I guess people love books with endless ramblings and continuous analogies of rats and hate, anger and revenge because the survivors have irked the other's final nerves in an apocalyptic world! Ugh... I wanted to set the book down, stomp it, then punt it through the nearest field goal. Instead, I read it and said, "That book will come out no more!" (Egg Shen reference)
The book was written well, it's not bad, I just didn't find myself engrossed or even caring. I don't know, I just need more and sadly, I got nothing from this book and to find out why/how everything happened, it left me like, "WHAT?!" And not it a good way. Sorry folks, you may love this series; I did not. I sure hope the movie for The 5th Wave is way better! On to another book. 📚
* #Alaska is next.
**Book is from my personal library.
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