Thomas Hunter leads two lives. In one world, he is trying to stop a virus from wiping out civilization. In the other, he is the leader of warriors who protect their people from a fallen enemy.
The evidence of a link between these worlds grows, and Thomas must stay alive to change history, or both worlds could be destroyed.
Red is the second book in the Circle series. It picks up at the exact point that Black left off, and the rollercoaster continues. The Biblical parallels become richer in this installment as the over-arching story reaches a climax in the world of the Colored Forest.
This book does lag just a bit in places, compared to Black, but the story moves forward at a decent pace for the depth of the story being told here.
This book is also a bit more violent, but it’s poignant and essential to the story.
1) Overall Plot = 5
2) Characters = 5
3) Flow/Pace of the story = 4.5
4) Is the story easy to follow? = 5
5) Overall Enjoyability = 5
Average of score 4.9 out of 5