Thursday, 12 April 2018

Wires and Nerve, Volume 2: Gone Rogue (Wires and Nerve #2) by Marissa Meyer (Review)

       The second instalment in the Wires and Nerve graphic novel series, Gone Rogue takes off where there first one left off. Wolf and Scarlett are being targeted by Steele and Iko is still on the hunt to catch the wolf-man terrorist. Through it all, the stakes are high, and if Iko or Cinder make any mistakes, they could end up paying with their lives and the lives of their friends. Adventurous, sweet and quick, Gone Rogue is a satisfying end to the series.
      Very well drawn and designed, Wires and Nerves: Gone Rogue keeps the same blue art style from the previous novel. Not the most visually interesting, the art takes a back burner to the story. It concentrates on the humanity in Iko and the intolerance in others around her. It was a fun and quick read, that I ultimately enjoyed. It IS strange to see the characters I had previously read through somebody else's eyes, but I got over it pretty quickly. Ultimately, I recommend both of the Wires and Nerve graphic novels and give Gone Rogue the rating of FIVE OUT OF FIVE STARS!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*

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