INK taught Leora that all was not what it seems on the surface.
SPARK taught her that there are two sides to every story.
Now Leora has had enough of lessons – she wants to make her own story.
The explosive finale to the best-selling INK trilogy sees Leora struggling to reconcile her past and her future – and recognising that there may be no easy answers.
There are parts of Scar I absolutely adored – it has a really lovely moral and I especially loved the relationship between Leora and Mel in this.
However, there were parts that felt a little rushed too – the mayors story, and the ongoing saga of the main antagonist from either side. There was also a moment with Gull, who I loved, that didn’t really make sense and we don’t get to see any backstory for her on that.
The overall story has probably my favourite feel of all three books though – it feels a little fairytale-esque. And the stories from both sides begin to meld together in this in a really lovely way.
I’m really glad I continued this series, and this is a great ending for it. 3.5 stars.
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