Thursday, 19 May 2016

Range by JA Huss

Title: Range
Series: I Am Just Junco (#4)
Author: JA Huss
From: Amazon (I am Not Junco Omnibus)
Genre: Sci-fi, NA
Release Date: 1st April 2013
Challenges: 2016 Read the Books You Buy, 2016 Prequel & Sequel Challenge (2 points)
Links: Goodreads - Amazon

*May contain spolers for other books in the series*

2 years of pain and torture have passed since Inanna took Junco and forced her into a morph tank. Finally back with the people she thinks are on her side, Junco is more messed up than ever, dealing with remembering her past and coming to terms with her future. With everyone seeming to have their own agenda, who is really by Junco's side?

So many feelings while I was reading this book. There was a lot going on and sometimes I did struggle a little to keep it straight in my head, particularly when it came to what character's agendas were, but then there'd be "oh!" moments where it all falls into place!

As I'm sure I've said in previous books, every time Junco seems to become more and more human (emotion wise, by this point I believe it's pretty obvious she is not in fact human) and more relateable. For me it was that she fixated slightly on the loss of her wings, which in the grand scheme of things wasn't a big thing, but it was normal of her to do that and it was very endearing.

The action was still there in this book, though maybe down a little notch from previously. There was also some of it in flashbacks which showed more about Junco's past and answered a few questions. Of course there are still a lot of questions I want answers for, including a lot about Gideon!

The romance was pushed to the side a little in this book, and mainly was explored as a consequence (and through a lot of shouting!). I'm still very definite about who I want Junco to end up with, and though I'm not 100% sure on how exactly it will work yet I'm almost convinced that it will!

I can't wait to carry on this series!