Lissa's Review: This Would Be Paradise (This Would Be Paradise #3) by N.D. Iverson
RELEASED: December 5th 2016
GENRE: scifi, dystopian
LENGTH: 292 pages
FORMAT: ebook, paperback
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After a shocking betrayal, Bailey finds herself taken by mercenaries and handed over to an even worse group of monsters. Led by a cold and calculating scientist, they see immune people as the answer to the infection—no more than test subjects to use for their own gains. Bailey soon realizes that escape may be harder than she expected, even when a familiar face is thrown back into her life. Together, they must attempt to rally the troops and escape their forced imprisonment—or face heinous experiments, all done in the name of finding a vaccine. In the series finale, Bailey is pushed to the limit as she sees just how far she will go to protect herself and her friends. Will she stand her ground, or will the new world take her down with it?
Three BOUNDLESS STARS
It has been awhile since I last read book two in this series. I will admit, I was a tad lost about what was going on. It also took me awhile to finish.
Bailey is taken to a hospital with other “immunes” to basically be tested and maybe someday find a cure for everyone else. Most of it is her trying to escape and finding a way out of the hospital. But the action doesn’t even end there, it goes throughout the story.
Unfortunately, I didn’t feel the connection I had previous to Bailey. I felt that Ethan wasn’t really part of the story, and the ending of him was disappointing. But still the writing is very good and I did end up finishing, This would be paradise. I think this was a good series. I felt that some of the characters were on the back burner, though.
Overall, I give this Three Boundless Stars. It was a good ending to a series.