Book Review: Morning Star by Pierce Brown


18966806Satisfied. So many heartaches. Undeniably one of the best ending of a trilogy. Morning Star didn’t just captivates my whole attention in the story at all but also how it was executed so well that I couldn’t think any plot holes in the trilogy. It was one of the best rides I’ve ever had in the book, as well as the most painful one among the three books. I’m in tears for so many times that I had this need to stop myself to read what will come next – I even retaliate, prevent to read the book most of the times since I couldn’t hold so many heartaches in one sitting.

Although it teaches a lot of values, acceptance, second chances – for a better generation; it still exudes so much manipulation. It was the best ally of Pierce Brown when he was writing the trilogy. He could manipulate…

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