(Chaos Walking 0.5, Prequel.)
Book Summary: In this dramatic prequel to the award-winning Chaos Walking Trilogy, author Patrick Ness gives us a short story of Viola's journey to the New World.
Liana's Summary: Viola is going to leave her home. To a place unknown by others. She and her parents were chosen to go. But when there's a tragic accident, Viola has to decide what to do next. She has to prepare for what's coming.
Okay. This review is going to be really short because I've already drained out everything I had to say in the past Patrick Ness reviews. Nevertheless, this book was still as equally and terrifyingly amazing.
Okay. Okay. Foooooooooh. (That was me exhaling.)
I seriously wish that I'd found out about this before I actually read the trilogy, but, still. It just made me really pleased and ecstatic and happy when I found out there was going to be a prequel to such an amazing series.
Well, people. If you read this first, then you'll recognize the important details in The Knife of Never Letting Go. But if you read the whole trilogy first, and then read this, (like me) you'll understand the significance of all those little things that seemed like no big deal. It really doesn't matter though.
This is going to be my last Patrick Ness review in a while, due to my inaccessibility to his fabulous books (sadly), so let me take this time to say:
HE IS EFFING FABULOUS AND
Seriously, he is the ONE author I've ever read that can make such a range of emotions randomly and unwillingly come out. MY EMOTIONS. He can not only create a world of fantastic dystopia, but also a wonderful story plot and a great amount of character development. I can talk forever and forever but I'm going to stop here because I just am.
Anyways, yeah. That's it. This series is definitely a recommendation!