Review: The Trap by Andrew Fukada


Title: The Trap {The Hunt #3}

Author: Andrew Fukada

Published: Simon and Schuster AU November 2013

Status: Read from November 12 to 14, 2013 — I own a copy {Courtesy the publisher}

My Thoughts:

The finale to The Hunt trilogy by Andrew Fukuda, The Trap begins where The Prey left off with Gene, Sissy and the escapees from the Mission on the train to the Palace, dreading the possibilities that await them.

Fast paced and action packed, Gene, Sissy and the remaining dome survivors, Epap and David, are immediately thrown into a whorl of life threatening chaos. Escaping the train is the first challenge, the next is to avoid being harvested by the Ruler, or the rebels, and the last is to confront Ashley June and survive.

While the plot barely hangs together in places, marred by events that require the complete suspension of belief, the story is rescued by a few unexpected and clever twists. The truth about the Origin will stun followers of the series and I have to give Fukuda credit for blindsiding me with that.

The Trap is a satisfying conclusion to The Hunt trilogy and despite the flaws with this series, I was glad to see it through to the end.

Available to Purchase From

Simon and Schuster I Boomerang Books I Booktopia I Amazon AU

via Booko

Amazon US

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