The book opens in the middle of a dramatic event. There is no time to grasp who the characters are as the drama unfolds. Once the reader is given a chance to catch up, there is more drama. It was like this the entire book. Then there are chapters devoted to this unknown character but written in such poetic form that I could not understand what it was about. Eventually I realized who this character was and how his story was parallel to the story of Trevor and Natalie.
Speaking of Trevor and Natalie, their romance seems unnatural. They connect and fall in love too quickly for people who are supposedly dealing with intimacy issues.
I did not read Indivisible so it took time to understand the character development. This is the 2nd book in the series but there is nothing on the book cover to say that this is part of a series.
This book is in the genre of Ted Dekker. Scary, suspenseful, a little beyond belief. It's not my cup of tea.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.