Reborn is the last book in the Born Trilogy by Tara Brown. I had hopes that this book would improve on the second, much like the second had improved on the first, but I was left feeling disappointed. This book follows Emma and her group of friends as they continue to try and take down the corrupt city and it’s ruler Micheal, Emma’s father. I was lost as Emma continued to make rash decisions that didn’t seem thought through and happened way too fast to follow. I didn’t really care about the story line of taking down the city, it didn’t make sense. I kept reading this series because I was interested in the love triangle between Emma, Will, and Jake. I was a bit let down there too. The epilogue, however, was written very well and I liked the closure it gave the reader. I wish all the books had been written with the patience and the detail of the epilogue. This series is an interesting concept and has a lot of potential. It’s like an action movie that has a good story, but it is overshadowed by long drawn out action scenes.
Reborn 2.5 out of 5 stars