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    Heartbreaking Yet Rewarding

    Given its heavy subject matter throughout, this was one of the hardest books I've read this year. Yet I applaud it for its honesty, heart, and bravery. It is an important book that many young women (and young men) will relate to and hopefully help on their path to recovery. I praise Bree Barton for her courage in penning this heartbreaking tale of healing and acceptance, and finding the strength within yourself. Considering the themes and pain at play between the characters, this book is less plot driven and more character focused. Both Mia and Pilar view themselves as broken, and each struggle with their past traumas and the barriers they've unknowingly placed on themselves. While Mia struggles to feel again, Pilar's brutal past is heart-wrenching and adds to her harsh exterior, and makes me more sympathetic to her than I was in the past. This sequel truly changed how I felt about the characters, and makes me adore and respect the series even more. While Pilar and Mia have the more powerful relationship, the bonds each girl have with Quin and Zai respectfully are sweet and earnest. I hadn't been a fan of Quin in the previous book, though as with the previous instalment, I found him complex and just as much a victim as Mia and Pilar. This was a hard read with dark themes, but I am grateful to have read it. It might have been a bridge book, but seeing these two girls fight horrific demons with Bree Bartons flowing writing style was truly rewarding. Definitely worth to checking out!
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