Sunday, 4 October 2015

Review - Torn Sky (Rebel Wing, #3) by Tracy Banghart




Title: Torn Sky (Rebel Wing, #3)
Author: Tracy Banghart
Pages: 237
Publisher: Alloy Entertainment
Release date: 4th August 2015

Blurb from Goodreads:

The end is near . . .

When Aris Haan brought down Safara’s biggest war criminal, she’d thought it was a turning point in the war. Victory was on the horizon, as was a peaceful future with her Promised, Milek.

But a deadly new threat has emerged: a Safaran bomb that could wipe out all of Atalanta in one catastrophic blast. Aris is tasked with finding the weapon before it is completed, a mission made more difficult when she starts to suspect that there is a Safaran spy in her unit. Friendships are tested, loyalties are strained, and suddenly Aris no longer knows whom she can trust.

In the epic conclusion to the Rebel Wing series, Atalanta’s fate rests on Aris’s shoulders. Can she find the bomb before it destroys everything—and everyone—she loves?









My Review:
 
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Alloy Entertainment and NetGalley*

3/5 stars

Torturer and criminal Elom is now locked up and Safara's plot to bomb Atalanta has been revealed.
It's a race for time for Aris and her fellow Atalantans to stop Ward Belios before he can use the bomb.
Is there really a spy in Aris's platoon?
Can Aris and Milek have a future when the war is over?
Will they survive to see peace?


Torn Sky was a good conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy with relatable characters.
Aris is my favourite character - she's strong and determined but also has a soft side. I loved seeing her interact more with Milek. I was rooting for her to have a happy ending.
I liked that the author gave some of the characters post-traumatic stress - it made the story feel more authentic and the characters more relatable and believable.
The plot was enjoyable and full of action and intrigue.
I liked the writing style and found it easy to follow.
I didn't guess the identity of the spy and wanted to keep reading.
I'm sad to see the series end.


Overall this was a good and enjoyable conclusion to the trilogy.