Finished the trilogy and there were a lot of things I didn’t like about it but two days later the world and its people are still stuck in my head and maybe that’s the truest test of worldbuilding.

This book, instead of taking a wholly different perspective from the others the way that The Year of the Flood did, carries on from where Year of the Flood left off. More details of what happened to the world are revealed and characters that were previously not mentioned much are centered on but I really just wanted the story from Crake’s perspective.

The one character that I liked in Year of the Flood became pretty annoying in this book and I was left disliking or not caring about them.

The best thing about this book was that it delivered with the good ending the whole story deserved.

The best thing about this book was that it delivered with the good ending the whole story deserved.

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