You’ll be forgiven if you, like me, mistakenly thought that the plot for World After was actually for Angelfall. Paige has been taken, although this time by humans who think she’s abhorrent – a monster – rather than angels, and Raffe is busy tracking down Beliel, who is beaten and damaged, but proudly displays Raffe’s white wings. Yet World After is even more brutal and tragic than its predecessor. We finally find out what the angels are up to – what on Earth are those scorpions for? – and what they plan to do. According to the angels, humans aren’t the problem, just incidental.
World After shows us that it is even more difficult to distinguish between angels and demons than ever before. If you read and loved Angelfall, you’ll be wanting some answers!
[…] kind of OK. But whilst I was buying Darkness at Noon, I was also reading a brilliant book review of World After by Susan Ee. It was so beautifully written that I was convinced to buy the first book; which I […]
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