Queens have been crowned, schemes hatched, fortunes gained, demons defeated, lovers found—all from visions born in the stillness of the night.
“Luck,” of course, according to her aunt, “is what happens when preparation and opportunity collide.”
Questions beget delicious questions
The mystery of what is Wayward Pines keeps the pages turning without being cliche or an unfair tease. Information emerges at just the right time to quench the reader‘s thirst without being heavy handed. I I lost myself in this world and can‘t wait to read this again to see what wonderful gems I missed.
The mystery of Caesar unfolds further in this second installment. The romance was engaging, but the constant tug and denial between Rogan and Nevada wore thin at times. I truly enjoyed the development of the secondary characters (Nevada‘s sisters and cousins), but the denial of information about their magical talents until the end was a little heavy-handed in terms of a tease. Overall, a satisfying second installment to the trilogy.