Celestine North lives in a society that demands perfection. After she was branded Flawed by a morality court, Celestine’s life has completely fractured–all her freedoms gone.
Since Judge Crevan has declared her the number one threat to the public, she has been a ghost, on the run with Carrick–the only person she can trust.
But Celestine has a secret–one that could bring the entire Flawed system crumbling to the ground. A secret that has already caused countless people to go missing.
Judge Crevan is gaining the upper hand, and time is running out for Celestine. With tensions building, Celestine must make a choice: save just herself or to risk her life to save all Flawed people.
And, most important of all, can she prove that to be human in itself is to be Flawed?
So, I have to admit, I liked Perfect more than the first book in the series. If you loved the first book, you are going to be really gratified with how Perfect turned out.
As we know from the first book, this is a dystopian world. And although that is a common genre these days, I still found it enjoyable and the pacing was great throughout the book.
Celestine was further developed and seemed, to me, to be a stronger character this time around. She has a cause to stand up and FIGHT for. She was intelligent, calculated, and embraced who she has become. I had a love/hate relationship with Celestine in the first book (though I liked Flawed as well), and in this book she is humanized a bit and more likable.
Since this isn’t out for another two weeks, I don’t want to ruin it, especially as it is the end of the duology. But it was a very satisfying read with action, twists and turns, and a dash of romance. Recommended to those who love a good dystopian series.