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The Knife of Never Letting Go

The Knife of Never Letting Go  - Patrick Ness This review is for the whole series.

I’ve owned these books since January and had yet to pick them up. But I’m so glad I did. The plot itself was really good, but what I loved the most were the characters. For me, multifaceted, well-crafted characters are THE most important thing in a book, and the characters here were phenomenal. No one was wholly good or evil; people’s motivations were complex – as it is in the real world!

The story raises some issues about humanity and what it means to be ‘good’. Because no one in this book was good – nothing was black or white.

I really recommend this series if you like stories about morality and humanity. As I do.