The Way We Fall

The Way We Fall - Megan Crewe Well, that was a study in how not to end a novel. I feel shortchanged and frustrated - swapping one plotline for another without any resolution? Uuuugh. This was sadly a novel that didn't live up to its hype - it felt shallow, with fairly bland characters. I was mildly invested but there's a dearth of detail/background/solid footing that leaves this novel feeling wanting, especially science-wise. It also takes itself perhaps a tad too seriously. Anyway: now to wait for the inevitable and forthcoming sequel(s). Full review to follow but I'm sadly disappointed by this read. Also: this is not really a dystopia. More like martial law after an emergency... like an epidemic of an unknown virus.