Half Wild: Half Bad Review

Half Wild: Half Bad (Book 2)

by Sally Green

“Nathan Byrn is on the run. White witches hunt him, black witches hate him. His gift from his murderous father is a wild power he can’t control. He must find the girl he loves, who may have betrayed him. In a war between black and white witches with his loyalties split between both, the greatest danger Nathan faces might be himself…”

After reading Half Bad, I picked up Half Wild straight away, although I knew nothing about how the story would progress, I knew I wanted to find out. I think you do need to have read Half Bad first, otherwise you could be lost.

Half Wild starts a few weeks after Half Bad, Nathan is on the run from Hunters, however, he now has his gift (given to him by his father) and is able to defend himself better than before. He eventually finds his friends, when he is asked to join the Alliance to fight the Hunters and the White Council.

This was amazing! The story flowed so easily from the first book, I was hooked the whole way through, I loved the twists and turns and I went through all the emotions.

My favourite characters have to be Nathan, Gabriel, Nesbitt and Van. All the characters are so well written and they draw you into the story even more. I’m glad some of the other characters are back in Half Wild, but I am also glad some characters are not so much.

I think my favourite parts have to be Nathan with Gabriel, and the parts with the Alliance (founding and training). It is so well written, I loved it and have so many favourite bits.

Half Wild does end on a cliffhanger, as the story continues in Half Lost.

While reading Half Wild, I described it as a fight between good and evil and what do either really mean. I would recommend it to anyone. 5 out of 5.

Half Wild

Half Wild
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Rating

10/10

    Pros

    • Storyline
    • Characters
    • First Person Narrative

    Cons