Inside the Dome, Patridge has taken his father's place as leader of the Pures. His struggle has led him here, intent upon bringing down the Dome from the inside, with the help of a secret resistance force. But things are not as simple from his new position of power and he finds himself tempted by his father's words: perhaps if the world is to survive it needs the Dome - and Partridge - to rule it...As Partridge's resolve weakens, Pressia and Bradwell continue piecing together the clues left to them from the time before the Detonations. It is their hope that they will be able to heal the Wretches, and free them from their monstrous fusings and the Dome's oppression once and for all. But everything depends, too, on Partridge. Separated by distance and history, can they still trust their friend and ally? Or is the world doomed to an eternity of war and hardship?
Burn is the third book in the Pure series. I have fallen in love with the characters Pressia, Partridge, Lyda. Cap and the rest of the gang. And I will miss them. The story develops well and is well written. It is also executed well. The book is action packed from beginning to end. There are a few loose ends that could be written into another book but for the most part the ending was ok. The book is written from each characters point of view. The author does an excellent job of writing the different POVs while keeping the characters stories straight. Not once was i confused. The story was steady and strong all the way through. The characters are likable and easy to associate with. They are unique in their own way and they grow stronger through the series. If you haven't read this series I highly recommend that you get it and I promise you wont want to put it down.
Publisher-Grand Central publishing
Reviewers Rating: 4.5 Stars
Thank you to Linda A. Duggins from Hachette group for the donation of this book to the Read for your future book program in exchange for a honest review.
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