This book was basically the same as the first–an easy, semi-enjoyable piece of light YA. But I say semi-enjoyable because I’m going right back to my rant about how a book is supposed to have rising action, a climax, falling action, a goal, etc. This didn’t have any of that. It was just the middle of a story, maybe what you could call rising action, and not very much happened.
Also like the first, the best thing about the book for me was still America. I loved her personality… but she did start getting on my nerves with some of her flip-flopping thoughts. And what was with constantly thinking Maxon didn’t like her when he made it 17000% obvious that she was the one he wanted?
That about sums it up for my review. Super short by my usual standards, but, again, it was only the middle of a story, therefore not something I can give a good rating to. If the story is one that you are really loving so far though, by all means, read this book because I think you’ll continue to love it.