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Wow, this book truly had me captivated. The plot kept me on the edge of my seat, and the build-up towards the end was nothing short of mind-blowing. Midas, the main character, constantly surprised me with his unpredictable actions, leaving me shaking my head in disbelief.
Auren, on the other hand, went through so much in the story that it was at times agonizing to read about her struggles. Despite that, her growing relationship with Rip and his crew, as well as her attempts to connect with the other Saddles, showed her unwavering determination, though I sometimes wished she’d just leave them be. Still, I couldn’t help but admire her dedication to forming bonds with those who shared her experiences. Her backstory was revealed, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
The book also delves into the background of a crucial character, and trust me, it’s something you won’t be prepared for. This book is a must-read!
On a side note, the main narrator’s performance was fantastic; I absolutely loved her. However, the other narrator’s portrayal of Auren was a bit painful to listen to and even ruined one scene for me with an unintentional cringe-laugh. Nevertheless, his take on Rip’s perspective was spot-on and enjoyable.