FAIL. Need I say more?
I mean, the only reason why you’d pick this book up in the first place is to see exactly who Juliette finally ends up with, and that’s made obvious from the very beginning. For Adam fans, rejoice in the fact that he lives; as for those rooting for Warner, be aware that he is completely unmanned and turns into a pathetic creature, lacking all the ambition and vitality that intrigued us in the first place.
In fact, in the first part of the book, all Warner’s crimes are reviewed and he gets to explain just how misunderstood he was. Indeed, we see that he was not a criminal at all, but a poor, desperate boy in love with Juliette and doing his best to rid the world of his father.
Please excuse me while I get sick.
After a tedious amount of drama on all fronts, the book finally concludes with Juliette becoming the ruler of the world.
Thank God this is just fiction.