In this sequel to Angelfall, Penryn Young wakes up from her scorpion-induced, death-like paralysis and finds herself back in the Resistance camp with her crazy mother, experimented-on sister, and Raffe’s angel sword. After a scorpion attacks the Resistance camp, Paige runs away, and Penryn embarks on a journey to go find her.
I really enjoyed this second book of the trilogy. In pacing and in writing, World After is pretty similar to Angelfall, and proved to be an engaging read. There’s a lot less Raffe in here, but I’m okay with that because this book is really all about Penryn’s physical and emotional journey toward accepting her sister for who she is. Continue reading