Half Lost: Half Bad Review

Half Lost: Half Bad (Book 3)

by Sally Green

“Nathan Byrn is running again. White witch hunters are on the offensive, no black witch is safe – anywhere. Nathan is more powerful than ever but on the edge of losing his mind. To defend the alliance from destruction he must become its ultimate weapon and to save a society that hates him, he must risk losing all that he loves.”

I read Half Lost straight after reading Half Wild, it is the conclusion to the Half Bad trilogy. I would recommend that you read the other two books beforehand as otherwise I think you would be lost.

Set weeks after Half Wild, Nathan is hiding out with Camp three, in his own little camp he shares with Gabriel. He is obsessed with finding Annalise after what happened at the end of Half Wild, his desperation to find her is putting everyone is danger.

That was not what I was expecting, oh my gosh, like the entire second half!!! I was totally engrossed and did not want to put it down. I definitely cried my eyes out near the end, but it was a rollercoaster of emotion from start to finish. Half Lost hooked me in and dragged along the twists and turns until I was thrown out the other end blubbering like a baby.

My favourite characters were Nathan, Gabriel, Nesbitt, Van and Celia. Yes, I may have changed my opinion of her since the first one… All the characters draw you into the story as they are so well written.

My favourite parts have to be the second half, and the bits with Gabriel and Nathan, even if Nathan wound me up a bit at the start.

Half Lost is wrapped up at the end, although I do wonder about some of the characters and what happened to them.

While reading Half Lost, I described it as the fight between good and evil with magic. I would recommend it to anyone. 5 out of 5.

Half Lost

Half Lost
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Rating

10/10

Pros

  • Storyline
  • Characters
  • First Person Narrative