Book Review: Feedback (Variant #2) by Robison Wells

Benson Fisher escaped from Maxfield Academy’s deadly rules and brutal gangs. Or so he thought. But now Benson is trapped in a different kind of prison: a town filled with hauntingly familiar faces. People from Maxfield he saw die. Friends he was afraid he had killed. They are all pawns in the school’s twisted experiment, held captive and controlled by an unseen force. As he searches for answers, Benson discovers that Maxfield Academy’s plans are more sinister than anything he imagined—and they may be impossible to stop.

 

This review contains spoiler.

In this sequel we see Benson and Becky struggles to be free from Maxfield Academy, only to ended up in a town full of people he thought already dead back at the school.  It got really exciting through the first page till the half of the book. The half of the book thru the end, was slow, dragging and end up with anti-climax. The ending was meh, left so many unanswered questions, and could be better than that.

Rate: 3 out of 5 stars.

I enjoyed it, like it, but not my favorite.

 

 

 

I am annoyed at Benson in this book. I really wanted to bang his head to the concrete walls. Ugh. He kept saying he wanted to escape, but always held back because of Becky. I get it he loves her, worried about her, but come on, man up and be the bigger person in front of the girl he loves. It got me really frustrated.

Robison Wells didn’t really tell what happened to the people with implants. What happened next to the school? The dupes?

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