I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
This is a good continuation of the Perfect series. Same interesting storyline and great descriptions as the first novel.
I liked the first book a bit better, because this one felt like kind of an in-between book. It sets up for a pretty epic third book, but I don't think the plot really reaches much of a climax in this book. It sets up all the pieces nicely, but leaves the third book to knock them all over.
Also, as with the first book, it consists of a lot of female vs. female action, including slut-shaming, bullying, and name-calling, which was a bit of a downside for me.
But I enjoyed the background on the Perfect and Fearian war and this book fills in a lot of blanks from the first book. So overall, it was still a good read.
And I really love the beautiful simplicity of the covers.