after-effects of the nuclear blasts were devastating. At ground zero
everything was destroyed. Things were minutely better the farther
away they were, but the entire world was changed forever. 200 years
later things were beginning to return to their former state, but the
devastation is still very much felt. Mutants, both human and
animal, are still littered through the planet, probably forever.
Without the protective ozone layer surrounding the earth, the
mid-day sun would literally fry anything unprotected from its rays
ago Kat walked away from Hades convinced that if the Dark Dweller’s
virus running through her veins took over, she’d be too dangerous to
be around. Ever since, she’s been searching for a cure, and now she
may have found one…but she needs Hades’ help to get into Inferno
City to get it.
devastated to watch the only woman he’s ever loved ride out of his
life, but going up north and getting far away from ground zero has
been a dream of his for years and he is determined to follow it.
Hades got his house in the north, all four seasons…but he still
misses Kat. Finally he’s stopped dreaming about her every night,
but he still feels her absence keenly.
It took him
much longer than it should have to notice that there was someone in
his house, he’d lost his edge. Seeing Kat sitting at his kitchen
table at first shocked him, she’d changed. Her hair was short and
her eye was no longer white; the virus running through her system
had healed her blindness…and she was asking him to go with her to
Inferno. He didn’t think he could do it, at least that was his plan
before the Dark Dwellers came to his village, hard on Kat’s heels to
take her back to Baruch. Kat was the only one that had ever defied
him, and he’d break her to his will, even if he ended up killing her
in the process. No one defied him, ever.
As soon as I
received Inferno I had to open it and start reading!
Hell Kat is still one of my all-time favorite books and I’ve been
yearning for its sequel for a long time. Inferno
definitely doesn’t disappoint!! I loved seeing how both Kat and
Hades had changed through their experiences apart and how this time
neither of them was willing to give the other up, no matter the
consequences. Inferno is packed full of action,
adventure and incredible characters and I can’t recommend this story
highly enough!! Although Inferno could stand on it’s
own, I do recommend that you get Hell Kat so that you get the full
spectrum of both Inferno and the world that it’s
taking place in. I do hope that there’s another book in the works,
I’d love to find out exactly ‘what’ Onyx is.