Lena has claimed herself. As a result she basically broke the world. The mortal world is being affected by scorching heat, dried up grass, earthquakes, and house fires. Natural disasters you might say except it’s not. I can’t tell you what it really is. You have to read the book. The Casters powers are all out of control. Sometimes they work fine and then they don’t. Both worlds are in a state of imbalance. Lena, Ethan and the rest of their families have to find a way to fix things before the Wheel of Fate crushes them all.
Talk about a bad day. Every day in this book seemed to be a bad day. Nothing seemed to go right. It got to the point where I was getting mad. I don’t even wanna talk about Ridley and her crazy. I wish there was more happy in this book because I was reading it at a time I was having a really hard time, and books were my escape. I couldn’t escape in this one. I just got upset about there problems too.
I am glad Macon is alive. One word to describe the current Macon Ravenswood. Bad ass. He has a few new powers which are really cool, and come in handy. I didn’t like him much in the start of series, but I love him now. He’s sarcasm soaked in southern charm. I needed him back, and now he is, so that is one silver lining in an otherwise gloomy book of despair.
I will say I wish the ending could have been a bit different. You do what you gotta do for those you love. That is one message you can learn from Beautiful Chaos.
I give it 4 out of 5 stars. I recommend it to everyone. Just don’t read it if you are living under a dark cloud of gloom and despair too.