Why do all the good series have to end? This sequel to the best book ever - Dissonance was epic!
This one picks up shortly after book one ends. I think it would have been a little better if it had been like a year or something. Since, of course, if I would have the first book when it first came out I would have been waiting that long. It would have been nice to be on the same time line.
But, anyway! This one was great!!!! No book-two syndrome here!
So Del is off of restriction, she turned in her gramps, and now she is trying to find her love, Simon.
In this story we find out more than ever about the Free Walkers, which cause issues of their own. This book had so many twists, turns, secrets, and many of these!!!
This one will keep you on your toes!!!
The characters remain the same but growing into their own. Del is determined to find Simon and to not cleave anymore worlds. This story has some more romance in it so that was a nice addition. And the ending kinda reminded me of The Hunger Games. It’s not all wrapped in a nice pretty bow.
Go Into This One Knowing: Wrapped up ending, Romance
As a Walker between worlds, Del is responsible for the love of her life—and the fate of millions—in this thrilling sequel to Dissonance.
Del risked everything to save Simon, and now he’s gone, off in another world with no way for Del to find him.
She’s back at the Consort—training to be a Walker like everyone in her family. But the Free Walkers have other plans for her. This rebel group is trying to convince Del that the Consort is evil, and that her parents are unwittingly helping the Consort kill millions of people. The Free Walkers make Del the ultimate promise: if Del joins their fight, she will be reunited with Simon.
In agreeing, Del might be endangering her family. But if she doesn’t, innocent people will die, and Simon will be lost to her forever. The fate of the multiverse depends on her choice...
Age Range: 12 and up / Grade Level: 7 and up