Your past doesn’t make calls on your future. It doesn’t matter who you were. Only who you are.
Author: Jay Kristoff
Series: Lifelike #1
Number of pages: 402 (paperback edition)
Good things about this book: The twists and the robots!
Bad things about this book: Eve isn’t the most likable character.
Do I recommend it? Yes, I do.
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Dear, girl. You’re just a tad melodramatic, aren’t you? Everything could’ve been solved by just by, I don’t know, thinking before making rushed decisions.
I loved the world building. At first I thought they were on another planet, I don’t know why. The stories about past wars and why the world was the way it was, could’ve been more detailed but I liked them.
The Lifelikes were really interesting with their abilities; the backstory had some flaws, but then again, I could why those choices were made. I didn’t like Eve’s character much. She was just ready to jump to conclusions every single time! Every single time!! I was tired of her by the end of the book.
The romance was super cheesy, like a lot. A cheese fest! I’m always torn about romances when they are super cheesy. This time? I had mixed feelings about them!
Those last pages were a rollercoaster. For all the theories I had, that were a lot, I didn’t come out with how the book ended! Took me by surprised. It sure did.
Lemon was my fav character. Eve was a 50/50. Cricket wins everything, though!