Most Interesting character

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I was fascinated by Adam.. His bravery was of measure and his decisiveness outstanding!
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I wanted to learn more about Terry. Unfortunately, the main characters never particularly captured my attention. However, I feel like poor Terry was simply brought up as a prop for shock value, then swept under the rug by both Adam and Carly. She never deserved to die, and it's such a shame that she was never expanded on or brought up again.
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I would choose Adam because he showed bravity in dealing with his relationships and hos decision making was apt.
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I would agree that Dauma is probably the most interesting character in my opinion. She walked a fine line between revealing too much, too little, and bending the truth to get what she wanted, as well as her moral obligation to do what's best for the group. Also she's a bloodthirsty badass, so yeah.
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In my view, I choose Adam because the way he handled his relationship with Carly was really amazing. His ability to change his character was quite interesting.
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Dauma was the best character in the book for me - a strong, intelligent leader who also loved and protected her family. Vikki/Katerena only annoyed me at first, but now she's the one that I want to learn more about because it seems that she isn't actually that bad of a person but was merely manipulated.
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Carly intrigued me more than Adam because she always had something or the other up her sleeve to pique my interest every now and then.
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I was very impressed by Carly’s mother. The book did not elaborate her powers well enough. Maybe the sequel will do more justice to her character.
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Adam is so admirable. He is calm, thoughtful, brave and reasonable. He has all the qualities of a true hero. He is good at listening and understanding and cares for Carly.
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Kane conquered my heart. Carly was lucky enough to have a friend with whom she could share with fearlessly.
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I'm glad to say my most interesting character is Vikki. Her supposed rapport with Adam arouses some kind of suspense because the reader is left predicting what will become of Adam, now that Vikki is around his space?.
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I liked Dauma a lot, I appreciated her as a powerful female character and found her easy to route for.
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I've not been able to review the book though.
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I like Dauna the most. She was not distracted by the capture of her husband, she just kept her head up doing what had to be done. She represents a very strong female character in my opinion
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Post by pantsyjean25 »

I actually really liked Kane, who Carly has a real, genuine relationship with. I would've like to know more about him!
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