Despite not remembering much that happened in the previous two books in this series, I got into this really easily. It jumps through three points of view – Four, Six, and Seven, which was really interesting considering all the characters are really distinct. It was a fast paced read, with numerous action set pieces that makes it okay it’s not going to be turned into a film like I Am Number Four; it feels like a film anyway.
I always love super powers – if they’re done a little differently – and it was great seeing more Legacies (their powers) develop. The only downside to that, is there doesn’t seem to be much that can threaten to them. But that’s only a tiny thing, and overall, I really enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to the next in the series.