Requiem was the third and final book of the trilogy, and the most disappointing of the series. After all the character growth Lena experienced in Pandemonium, it was a major let down to see her character fall flat. She became whiny, annoying, and unkind. There was no solid plot in this entire series, and this book had no real climax to engage the reader. It was slow, and pretty boring. Most of the entire book the Resistance was planning for a war that never even took place. What was the point of that? We don’t see any closure or even much of a confrontation between Lena and Alex, just a confused and angry Lena throughout the book. Almost nothing of what we really wanted to see happen in this book happened, although there was maybe one or two unexpected parts. It was disappointing that Requiem didn’t pick up right where Pandemonium left us off at it, because it would have been interesting to see what happened after the cliffhanger Oliver left us with in the last book would play out. However, it was interesting to read from Hana’s P.O.V. The last book in this series just didn’t leave us with any of the closure the reader was seeking. There was no proper ending to the book, you could have easily mistaken the last page of the book for a page in the middle of the book, because it wasn’t properly ended
- @Alicat15 of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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