Please note this is the third and final book in the Croak series. My review does not contain any spoilers but this does follow the series.
Read my review of Croak (Book 1)
Read my review of Scorch (Book 2)
In reality, there is so much to this series. I don’t want to give away any crucial information. This jaw dropping finale made me feel things I never expected, nor saw coming. I feel it’s best to also show how I felt about this book:
Pretty much sums up everything. I mourn the end of this series. It came during a period of my life when death was ever prevalent and somehow, this series helped with the tragic transition.
There aren’t enough YA books out there that help push the envelope on how teens can think and feel. I hope to read a lot more from Dimaco in the future.