by Marissa Meyer (Goodreads Author), Douglas Holgate
I really loved the blue-tinted artwork, and I was impressed with the layout of the panels, and the pacing of the story. Some of the characters didn’t look quite how I had imagined them in my head, but that’s okay. Really beautiful cartoony style that pulled me into the world of Luna!
Iko, of course, is just delightful, but I almost wished she were MORE sassy. She’s so busy kicking butt and taking out the evil wolf soldiers, she’s almost…. serious. A serious Iko??? Say what? Of course, she’s still obsessed with boys and dresses and shoes and hair, but for most of the book, they are fighting for their lives or running someplace or discussing strategy. I do love that Iko begins to ask herself some deep questions about how people treat her because she’s an android. She has a lot of great inner dialogue and internal struggle.
I LOVED love loved seeing all the characters from Lunar Chronicles again. The whole Rampion crew is back, establishing order after the war, making the tough decisions, and helping people. Each chapter focuses on a few of the characters, bringing their stories a little further as they adjust to life after the war. Loved it! There may have been some squealing like a fangirl.