While I was reading, I kept wondering if Cyrus had taken on a certain character to try and woo Sera back to his life. It was outright emotional manipulation. And we couldn't stop laughing at the end. He's kind of hilarious in his own way. I didn't get how or why they were in love. It was done rather well, everyone came across like a suspect.
I wasn't expecting that turn at all! She seems nice and the only character that Sera could be with without having to think too much of what to say even though she's still pretending to be Kailey. A lot of that is also due to slow pacing, and kind of dragging out the Cyrus mystery. Meaning that in the first one we knew who the bad guy was Cyrus and he was Mr. She added some more mystery, thriller. I can't believe there is not third book to this thing!!! And the sweetness that's Noah, her boyfriend from next door! The Alchemy of Forever, the first book in this series, had its issues, but it was fun book easily consumed in a day, it knew where it was going, and it left off on a killer cliffhanger that encouraged me to read The Impossibility of Tomorrow. I hope it's not with Amelia because phew, that girl was so annoying.
Although she's gotten away from her old love Cyrus, she knows he will stop at nothing to find her. But overall, the duology is a really unique, entertaining and enjoyable ride. Obviously I liked it enough to rate it three stars. He gave her the elixir - then forced her into the body of a sick, elderly man before locking her up. She enjoys riding her bicycle around town and working on her hundred-year-old house.
It's true that at first things go slow. I was surprised and elated to find out the second book had about one hundred pages more than the first which guaranteed so much more freaskishly frightening reading fun. I just got slapped in the face real hard! I really, really, really felt for this guy. She cannot trust a single person near her and she even things Noah is Cyrus in more than one occasion. You sabotage their relationship and you have to report to me! And as her suspicions extend beyond Noah, Sera is forced to wonder about her new friends as well: Could her old coven be disguising themselves right under her nose? I just got slapped in the face real hard! I had three suspects on who Cyrus was.
I can't believe there is not third book to this thing!!! But not trusting the people you care about because you are afraid that he or she may be Cyrus, is a lot worse, because that means that the person she loves is gone forever. Reviews of the The Impossibility of Tomorrow So far concerning the publication we've The Impossibility of Tomorrow opinions users have never however quit his or her report on the sport, or otherwise not read it however. We were heartbroken at first. I don't blame him for wanting to be an Incarnate. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. She added some more mystery, thriller. I liked that Sera gradually learned to stop living in constant fear.
In my view, there was kind of no relationship with the two of them for the most part of the duology. Cyrus is definitely one of these types of characters. But Noah might not be as trustworthy as he seems. This is a read for your mind, heart and soul! He sure leaves a path of death on his mission to find Sera's new body. But then everything starts to happen more quickly: trying to find Cyrus and trying to kill him forever. After struggling with her decision of dying or living and adapting herself to Kaitlyn's life, Sera has arrived to a point of no return: She needs to kill Cyrus. It's an open one but it's satisfying.
Cyrus did make a number of moves but I totally thought he was someone else the whole time and so you could imagine how shocked I was when the truth was revealed in the end! The first book ended on a cliffhanger and the second picks up later in that scene. Takže, co na to říct? I thought about Reed being Cyrus but then just like Sera i'm wrong. And we couldn't stop laughing at the end. How is that even possible? She's left questioning who she can really trust, always watching her back to see who might be Cyrus. Serafina, které je přes 600, se chovala, jako by jí nebylo ani těch šestnáct, co měla mít v Kaileyně těle.
Kailey's family and friends not noticing that she was acting like a whole different person and 4. I love that Sera did that. The storyline in this second installment picks up where the first book left off. I must say this one had me guessing a lot of times who's body that Cyrus have taken over. And these little hints and threats Cyrus leaves all around town? She had me fooled like Cyrus almost fooled Sera in killing Noah.
I thought at least three people could have been a suspect only to find out I was totally wrong. It felt like half the novel was fluff, and because of that it took a long time for me to really get interested in it. So she throws the knife to the side!! And the other reason would be Cyrus' final situation. I hope he finds that one great love that will make him feel better about himself. I was also surprised by the intensity of her emotions against Cyrus.
While there are still definite flaws concerning the character development, and I really don't have a concrete understanding of who the characters are behind the basics even now, that flaw that was so glaring in The Alchemy of Forever was just among the least of my concerns in The Impossibility of Tomorrow. He seems so weak and vulnerable and the one he has shown his vulnerability is the girl who hurt him, who left him. I knew right then that she was Cyrus. Throughout the book, Kailey makes some heartbreaking decisions and groundbreaking turns to her life. This has to be one with the most mind-blowing twisted stories to ever was. The story line itself was beautiful.