Friday, October 10, 2014
Review: Generation 18
Generation 18 by Keri Arthur
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
This book was more like what I expect from this author. While the previous book left me a little confused, this one had a much more natural and expected flow. We are learning more while still not knowing all the answers.
Gabe and Sam have been reluctant partners for a little while now. While this sounds like a good thing, Gabe is making it anything but. In an effort to “save her” from whatever curse he imagines is acting against his partners, he has relegated her to doing the most boring paperwork imaginable. Sam, always the fighter, has decided to take matters into her own hands and force him to acknowledge her as a full partner. Of course, this does not go smoothly, which was kind of expected based on the level of stubbornness they each exhibit.
Sadly, there isn’t much romance happening in this one. I’m still rooting for these two to crash together one way or another, but it doesn’t really seem likely at this point. Instead, there were a few intersecting mysteries and investigations going on that conveniently tied to Sam’s missing memories. We still don’t know much more than we knew in the last book, but there are some things that got ruled out (I think?). If these books keep getter better and better, I have high hopes for the next one in the series.
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