Mourning Train (ReMade S1 Ep7) REVIEW

31926823Mourning Train by Carrie Harris

Published October 26th 2016

Genre: YA Science Fiction

Pages: 35

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review

Converging on the mysterious train, the survivors make their hasty getaway after the horrific caretaker attack and greet new faces while counting those lost. But with a wild landscape streaming past and no idea where they are headed, the question quickly becomes: who is driving?

This episode focused on Nevaeh.

In this episode, we get to see Teddy and Inez with the other teenagers that were already there. Inez turned out to be a bitch, which I didn’t expect.

The part of Nevaeh’s past that was featured gave the reader some additional information about her. Her story is heartbreaking and I ended up really liking her.

I was disappointed with Inez but I hope she’ll turn out to be better for the rest of the series.

The plot of ReMade is really interesting but, because each episode features moments from the past of each character, it doesn’t evolve much.

Nonetheless, I love reading about their lives and I will keep reading the series.

Rating : 4 stars

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