Mirror of Fate (ReMade S1 Ep10) REVIEW

31926896Mirror of Fate by Gwenda Bond

Published November 16th 2016

Genre: YA Science Fiction

Pages: 29

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review

Seyah makes a discovery to the delight of the whole group and gains some time to reflect. With her dreams of Broadway dashed with her untimely death, she can only wonder what the future holds…and if a special someone has already been cast as her co-star.

 

This episode focuses on Seyah.

I don’t like her very much. I don’t know if it is her personality or how she handles Holden but I truly don’t care about her so, for me, this episode wasn’t as good as the other ones.

The plot was fine and there were major decisions made that will change the course of the next episodes but, because I didn’t care about the main character of the episode, I couldn’t like this episode.

Still, I’m enjoying the series so far and I want to continue reading it.

Rating: 2,5 stars

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