I don’t know what it is lately with young adult dystopian trilogies where they just can’t pull the trigger on the endings. And I’m a huge Wendig fan. This just felt like it got too big to handle. And then he Harry Pottered the ending with a cheater of an epilogue. It’s like this great big exciting amazing world he builds for us, and then only let’s us see just a wedge before shutting the door on it all. If it were a bedtime story, I’d refuse to go to sleep out of spite.
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