We thought the games were over, but they’ve only just begun…
She was the puppet.
He pulled the strings.
Now the death toll is rising, what could this mean?
It was all a game.
Death is just an illusion, or so they say.
She was just a pawn on a piece of his demented board. But there’s only one question left to settle the score…Can dead people really stay dead?
Review: The second Chaos book
The Chaos continues in the second book in this series, and I´ m so happy that we got different POV´s in this one. I really dove right into this book, and couldn´t get enough of Creed. I really loved him in this book, we get to know him on a whole new level and we get so much more of his story. The Chaos universe also got a whole lot bigger in this book since a few more players entered the scene. The dark and twisted tale continues and at times it seemed like all odds were against them but they never gave up and kept on fighting.
I really wanted to love this book, but unfortunately I have mixed feelings after another cliffhanger. And without saying much about the actual events taking place in this book, I´ll just mention some of the thoughts I had after reading it.
I loved the storytelling and how the story progressed. I also loved Sophia and Creed together. I liked Creed and Garret and a few other characters, I really loved that we got to know them a whole lot better – but Sophia is another story. I thought she was a strong character in book one, but not so much in this one. Don´t get me wrong, most of the time I liked her and she was strong (at times) but for me there was just too much crying. Seriously. I just felt that she was a bit off in this book, and I get that she´s not the same person after everything, but still. Some of her choices were stupid, and I really hope that she does better in book three – that there´s a point to her characters development.
So my conclusion is that this was a good sequel, I enjoyed reading it and look forward to book three. I´m also hoping a few other characters from this series gets their story told – maybe Garrett gets his own book? Who knows. Anyway, I liked this one almost as much as the first one: