I still had such bad book hangover weeks after finishing Sempre that I bought the sequel and I’m so glad I did! All my favourite characters continued their complicated, tense and heartwarming journeys, taking me on a roller-coaster of emotions along with them.
Haven’s growth was so hopeful and inspiring. I love that even in the epilogue her roots are honoured and are still impacting her. I have a space in my heart for Haven; she’s so strong and determined and never lets the world jade her.
The “meant to be” plot might be a bit much for some but I thought it was really well done and not overplayed.
I just loved being back with the characters again; I find them really well written and lovable. Darhower kept me guessing right up until the end about what was going to happen with Carmine and Haven’s future and I cried when I finally found out.
Once again I had the problem of having to ask American friends what the different guns were; at one point in particular it seemed important to be familiar with the type of gun to understand what was going on.
Honestly I loved both these books so much and the message from the author at the end about being proud of your passions was just an extra touch of awesome.
I’m giving Redemption 5/5 TeePots.
It covers really serious topics [spoilers removed] and also the struggles that can come with i…
Interesting and accurate thoughts on life, our flaws as humans, and how to live a better, happier life.
I nodded along all the way …
The story is engaging and left me warm and fuz…