The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

Sometimes I was a bit confused about who a section was about because the author chose to write vaguely at some points before suddenly switching to specifics (occasionally randomly switching back to being vague again for no apparent reason). This really reduced the enjoyment of the book for me. What was going on and what the 5th wave actually was unfolded very well, however. It definitely kept me interested. The end was mostly satisfactory and because of that plus the fact that I didn’t love the writing style, I will not be continuing with the series.

4 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2020: 57
Pages Read in 2020: 16,059
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