Obsidio Review

Obsidio is a worthy ending to one of the greatest science fiction series I've ever read. If you've enjoyed the trilogy up to this point I doubt you'll be disappointed.
  • The relationships between Illumiae and Gemina characters
  • Doesn't rely on absolute shades of black and white. Allows characters and their motivations to be complicated
  • Pays off everything that has been set up before.. in the best way possible.
  • Clever ways to use the epistolary layout: images, handwritten notes, word art.
  • The secondary narratives like that of the resistance fighters were intense and helped feed the tension in the rest of the novel
  • Less time spent with the two new leads
  • The ending feels abrupt
  • Sometumes the binding cuts off the word art (not the fault of anyone)
Plot - 7
Characters - 8
Setting - 8
Writing Style - 9
Enjoyability - 7
Art - 8
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Alexandra is always looking for the next book she can devour. She has a love hate relationship with teen fiction specifically when it comes to fantasy, post apocalyptic and failed shakespeare adaptations.

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