It didn't matter where they were. Any spot on this planet was going to be infinitely better than the world they'd left behind.
I absolutely flew right through this book because I loved it. It was filled with characters that I found to be interesting and complex and it had a plot that kept me hooked throughout. I cannot tell you how happy I am that I got this book from NetGalley.
Most, if not all, of the main characters had some sort of hardship from their past that seemed to drive the decisions they made. Even the characters from more elite side of the space ship seemed to have some pretty bad troubles. I loved reading from Glass and Clarke's point-of-view. While both of them grew up on Phoenix (the more elite part of the ship) they are now struggling with the horrible things that caused them to be Confined.
Through most of this book I really liked Clarke and felt sorry for her. I felt that most of the time her anger towards Wells was justified but at the end her anger was no longer justified and was clearly misplaced. She shouldn't have been made at Wells towards the end and it is horrible how she is using Bellamy. I loved the relationship between Glass and Luke. I just loved their whole Romeo and Juliet thing. I hope that in the next book their relationship will continue in the way that it is now going and that stupid Camille won't ruin it.
I never really liked Bellamy and his sister Octavia. I understood why Bellamy did some of the things that he did but I still found him annoying. I knew Octavia was trouble from the beginning. I didn't like how she was all flirty with Wells. Bellamy also needs to realize that Clarke is basically using him.
This book would have gotten five stars from me if it hadn't have ended right when it seemed the shit was hitting the fan not only on Earth but also up in space on the ship.I really loved the premise of the book and felt the execution of it was great but then when all this drama starts to happen the book just suddenly ends. Thank god that I got the next book in the series from NetGalley so I won't have to wait to see what happens next. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read The 100.