Rating: 5 stars
Series: The 1000 Revolution #3
I love this series! It gets better with every book. Caleb had some tough choices to make. Who was he going to trust? Everyone wanted #1001. Was he going to ruin her life a second time? I can’t describe the plot without giving too much away, but all of the characters were going through a phase of self discovery. This was an important part of their lives because it would decide the fate of themselves and those around them.
Caleb surprised me. He is officially one of my top book boyfriends. He’s got faults, lots of them, but it makes him all the more desirable. There is a genuinely good side to him. It’s just hard for that side of him to come to the surface. Sometimes he’s an emotional wreck. He constantly waivers between doing what’s right and doing what’s right for him. Caleb is the perfect blend of asshole and good guy.
#1001’s life was a mess. As she became more human, it waged war with her conflicting protocols. She hadn’t been designed to handle what she was experiencing and it was causing issues. She couldn’t fix herself and had to rely on James to do it. Could he be trusted? Where did his loyalties lie?
I was on an emotional roller coaster while reading this. There was no way to know what anybody was going to do. Some things that happened were truly shocking. Pippa DaCosta is the best at writing grey characters. Her stories are entertaining because you never know who is going to stab whom in the back.