"Do you trust your twin enough to place your life in his hands?"
Reviewed by Patti Loveday
Posted December 7, 2017
THE FOREVER SHIP by Francesca Haig is the third book in The
Fire Sermon book series. Even though this is the
third book, you can easily read this as a standalone novel.
I did not read the previous two before this one, but it was
easy to get caught up and know what was going on.
THE FOREVER SHIP has the feel of The Hunger Games with
triumph over adversity. The story is action-packed with many
battles, crazy daring escapes, and tragedies. The story has
an idea that if one twin dies or killed the other will die.
Not being certain of each other creates tension because you
never know what your twin is doing and if at any minute you
could die because of decisions your twin has made.
The character list is a long one with many that are
interesting making it easy to get attached to several. They
all have intriguingly detailed backstories that mesh with
the overall plot line making for one fast-paced,
action-packed read that is hard to put down. The setting
matches perfectly with the characters and plot making this a
must-read novel that will be hard to forget.
Haig has created a remarkable read, and her writing style is
flawless throughout this novel. While I did not read the
first two books, I now plan on reading them because this
book did not disappoint. I really look forward to reading
more works by this author in the future. Overall, this book
is a good read for anyone who loves The Hunger Game series.
While the influence of that series is subtle throughout it
is not over powering making THE FOREVER SHIP a great read.
She can see the future but can she change it?
Palomaâ€™s arrival, with news of Elsewhere and the possibility
of a world free of the fatal bond between twins, has given
Cass and the resistance a hope worth fighting for. But they
are facing a Council more powerful and ruthless than Cass
could ever have imagined, willing to unleash weapons from
the long-buried past to maintain their power over Alphas and
As the stunning Fire Sermon trilogy comes to a close, the
final struggle between Zach and Cass has begun â€“ a struggle
that will jeopardise not only the future of Elsewhere but
the future of the world.
What started wth fire may very well end with fireâ€¦
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