Okay, I did prove that there’s more to Inside than we knew.
That a whole world exists beyond this cube we live in. And finding that led to a major rebellion;between worker scrubs like me and the snobby uppers who rule our world. Make that ruled. Because of me, we’re free. I thought that meant I was off the hook, and could go off on my own again;while still touching base with Riley, of course. He’s the one upper I think I can trust. But then we learned that there’s outside and then there is Outside.
And something from Outside wants In.”
-Taken from Goodreads.
As it is often the case with final books in dystopias, this one fell a little short. I didn’t enjoy it as much as I did the first one, and I also felt that not all questions were answered.
Furthermore, I also missed some kind of recap. Names were mentioned, and I’d have no idea who they were or what they had done in the first book. Because of this, I had some trouble toward the end to keep track of who was who.
Trella, I felt, was a typical heroine, requiring some not so gentle pushes to leap into action. Once she does, the story becomes far more interesting and faster.
I was hoping the story would be taken in another direction, and that answers about Inside (what is it? How did it come to be?) would be given, but that was not to be.