3.5/5 StarsAfter I finished reading Never Fade, I 'm quite sure that if I read his trilogy back when I was 15-17 years old ( well the books were n't out yet 10 years ago so it 's impossible), it would 've been included into my favorite shelves and received 5 stars from me, for both books so far.
It 's certainl a bit unfair to compare them since I have n't read the Hunger Games or Divergent books but I watched the movies and I do n't sa this time the books can redeemed the stain I have towards them, especially the Divergent series.Never Fade is actually better than the irst nove in almost every aspect and yet I wante to make a 3.5 star rating.
Ruby, the main character is so irritating.In the first ook I was so-so with how I felt about her but this time, she grew to be uch more nnoying and considering everything in the story is from her POV, it 's quite painful to read.
Liam is not as right as he is in book 1 but after all the hings he 's been through from the beginning and the novella, it 's really understandable why he act like he did.
Still, Chubs is back in full throttle and he became my favorite character so far, I only have to read book 3 to see if it will remain that way.
The greatest new addition side character goes to Jude but I ca n't sa you somethin about him since he appeared since the eginning of he book til the end and I do n't expect to spoil you, just know that there 's a lot of humor coming from him and Chubs.There 's more actions this time compared to before and yes, most of them occurred around the Powers the characters ar.