End of the Line (ReMade S1 Ep8) REVIEW

31926850End of the Line by E. C. Myers

Published November 2nd 2016

Genre: YA Science Fiction

Pages: 34

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review

After a twitchy trigger finger leaves the train without a driver, the group scrambles to find a way off their runaway getaway. With food running out and still no idea where they are headed, it’s hard to imagine things could get worse…

 

This episode focuses on Inez, one of the new characters.

I still don’t like her. Even though she hasn’t experienced what the others did, she acts like she knows everything.

I don’t care for Inez but I like Teddy.

I’ll keep reading the series and maybe she’ll better or maybe I’ll get used to her.

I’m excited to read more and figure out what the characters will do in the next episodes. I’m really interested in the series and I really want to know what happens next.

Rating: 3,5 stars

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