Top positive review
If anything better then the first book, Pines.
7 October 2015
This is an excellent follow up to Pines. A fuller picture emerges of how this last town on the American continent came into being. There are so many plot threads to puzzle out eg. What are the children being taught at school? Why aren't the residents allowed to know the truth? Why is there a need for the residents to be monitored and tracked constantly? Ethan is for some reason appointed to be the new sheriff, why? After all he was nearly killed in the previous book. Lots to think about and it will be interesting to see how the next book concludes this series.