I am a good person.
In fact, I am the best of the best. I am a saint. I made the greatest sacrifice of my life in hopes of forgiveness from my sins. I saw the light and he saved me from the darkness.
I am Nameless.
Does anyone know who I really am?
After a wonderfully strong start to this series, I’ve been left a little cold towards it. We’ve gone from dark erotica to a romantic drama, and I can’t help but feel like a) the trigger warnings are totally unjustified and b) this trilogy was not planned out properly. It’s meandered around pretty much everywhere, it is too fast-paced for me to feel attached to any of the characters, and there is just too much telling, not showing. I wanted to be engrossed but unfortunately I just didn’t care.
Things happened to these characters for the sake of drama, rather than any relevant contribution to the plot. The strong ending to the previous instalment was entirely glossed over and, again, ended up having absolutely no relevance to the plot at all.
This was such a strong premise, but unfortunately hasn’t quite lived up to its potential.