Top positive review
Better than the 2nd, not as good as the 1st
Reviewed in Australia on 4 January 2021
WARNING: Tiny spoiler but nothing to really give anything away
I mostly really enjoyed this book, it actually drew me in & I read it every chance I got....but the twist...WTF??? I certainly did not see it coming & initially I was just lost, wondering what the hell was happening, especially when James says I know these aren’t my memories. I initially thought maybe they were Arthur’s with a twist to make James understand them better.
Anyway, I certainly enjoyed this book more than book 2 which was just boring & at times utterly ridiculous, but book 1 was definitely the best of the trilogy. I do recommend the trilogy & you do have to read book 2 to understand book 3 (sorry).