Being that this is an ambitious, complex, rewarding trilogy – if you haven’t read Pure and Fuse already, you definitely need to! This review will hold inadvertent spoilers of those first two books, so you’ll want to avoid this review and click on the above titles to learn more about the prior novels first.
But if you have already read Pure and Fuse, then you can obviously continue!
Partridge has inherited leadership over the Dome – an enclosed refuge among the ruins of what once was our world – after the death of his father.
The inhabitants, soaking in their denial that has become ingrained over the years, wish to mourn him.
But Partridge wants to expose his secrets, instead. He wants to unite the Dome and its “Pure” inhabitants with the disfigured, fused “Wretches” on the outside.
The ones that had been left to die all those years ago.
His new position of power, however, is not as …