Fuse by Julianna Baggott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Fuse is a book not to be missed. The pure trilogy is a must read for anyone from YA readers to the ones who read between the lines.
A look about love, determination, greed, and finding the truth, the real Truth. Does being perfect back you pure or does being true to yourself and your believes make you pure? Find your answers in Fuse.
Julianna has written another astonishing book that will have you thinking about it weeks after you finish it. Starting off where Pure left off Pressia and her new found friends are out to find the formula that will help save life's and it may be the answer to some of her deep seeded wishes. El Capitan, Bradwell, Lyda, Partridge and Pressia continue on their journey for the truth and to find what is left of humanity. In the land of the wrenches these friends find many setbacks and heartaches along with bits of hope. There is plenty of adventure put together with an imagination that brings you into a world of the post-apocalypics. Baggott, has brought us a trilogy that is something everyone should read. Pressia is Katniss on steroids,so if you loved the Hunger Games you will love Fuse. Fuse is darker and shows more brutality physically and mentally throughout the book than that of books in the same genre. I could not put Fuse down and the ending has left me wanting. We finally get to see a different side to El Capitan, Bradwell and Lyda experience a love they have never learned about and Pressia deals with the guilt of being alive. When you read this novel, don’t just read the written words, but what Julianna hasn’t written.
I give this book 5 stars because it tells us a story about humanity and is packed with adventure that makes you want to keep running. I recommend this book for fans of Books like the Hunger Games and the Host. It may be labeled YA but readers of other genres will enjoy it as well.
I received this book from the publisher through netgalley for my honest review.
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