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review Pearls Number (Number #2) Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB Ë Evalene Vandereth’s adventure continues in the fast paced second installment of the Number Series Evalene struggles to adjust to un Numbered life along with the rest of Eden But the moment she learns her mother is still alive it doesn’t matter any Discovering PearlThe next But she never expects such an advanced nation to be so uncivilized Between liars sending her in the wrong direction and hostile citizens Evalene fears she’ll never locate her mother And secretly she’s terrified Pearl may not want to be found. I was excited to read this book but it was challenging to get through It started out slow but then it got a little exciting when the travelers realized they were in danger Then they realized Evie's mom was even danger and they went on their way to rescue her It was suspenseful but also sad to read what the slaves were going through What Pearl had suffered through I didn't care for the ending Not only because of Pearl's death but it didn't have the satisfied ending Okay there are no numbers for Eden but they now had to deal with the after effects of releasing the virus to end the Biograde The book didn't show an indication what laid ahead for the characters except Evie and Jeremiah got together It was a good book but I'd prefer her fairytale retellings

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Evalene Vandereth’s adventure continues in the fast paced second installment of the Number Series Evalene struggles to adjust to un Numbered life along with the rest of Eden But the moment she learns her mother is still alive it doesn’t matter any Dis. I am really loving this series Great stories can't wait to read books by Bethany

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Pearls Number Number #2Covering Pearl Vandereth was smuggled out of the country during a failed rebellion ten years ago shakes Evalene’s whole reality There is only one thing she can do find her Hunting down a cold trail she travels to the Divided States from one territory to. This seuel of Bethany Atazadeh’s debut novel was filled with adventure shock intrigue and even a little bit of romance Bethany did an amazing job helping the reader connect personally with each character Just like Evalalene’s Number Pearl’s Number is written in third person but chapters are broken up by the viewpoints of Evalene and Jeremiah We see these characters develop further by not only getting an insight into their thoughts and emotions but also getting to see them through each other’s perspectives Another point of view that this seuel incorporates though is Pearl Evalene’s mother Who by the way was an incredible addition to the characters because of her personality bravery and downright skillThe thing that stood out the most to me in Pearl’s Number was the spectacular world building Bethany does an amazing job depicting the intricate details that comprise this dystopian world My already active imagination was easily able to soar above the pages as I pictured myself standing right there next to Evalene taking on the dangers and twists of this crazy adventure with her Plus the beautiful map that Bethany actually drew herself by the way helped provide the bigger picture that really makes the world building exemplary While Evalene’s Number was spent largely on developing the main characters of Evalene and Jeremiah it was refreshing seeing some development of the side characters in Pearl’s Number The sparks that fly between Olive and Sol were especially cute and I found myself cheering for their coupling even so than I did Evalene and Jeremiah which probably wasn’t what the author planned but I’m okay with itOn the topic of things not really planned the whole uest to find Evalene’s mother Pearl seemed a bit fortuitous which is why I’m giving this book four stars over five Something just seemed amiss throughout the entire middle section of the book when the journey to find her is in full force I kept finding myself thinking “Okay where is this leading” While some mystery of the end is of course important to keep you reading it felt too much like a seuence of events and not enough like an overarching plot line Therefore the ending while incredibly suspenseful and exciting seemed to come out of nowhere for me and wasn’t set up enoughDespite the rocky middle parts I did thoroughly enjoy this book There were very few lulls between scenes which made for a really exciting read that will keep you on the edge of your seat Pearl’s Number was a tale of twists and turns with an unexpected ending that will make your jaw drop