The 100 by Kass Morgan: Book Review - The Fantasy Review

The 100 by Kass Morgan: Book Review

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My Review

My Rating: 3/5

The 100 by Kass Morgan wasn’t terrible. I enjoyed reading the science fiction book in general; it was simple, quick, and the premise is great.

There are four point-of-view characters in The 100 which I liked however they often sounded quite like each other which made it jarring to read at times – Bellamy was the best written character, when it comes to unique voice, by far.

The story in The 100 itself wasn’t that interesting. I was expecting there to be adventure with the hundred roaming the woods, finding new plants and animals – more of a survival story. But the story felt shallow.

This book felt more like an introduction to the characters, not a story on survival which I was expecting. Maybe it’s my fault for assuming the ideal plotline, but after the reveal at the end of this first book, I am hoping to see more of what I came for in the second one.

Overall, The 100 was not terrible, but certainly not great either.

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