Sloth (Seven Deadly Sins #5)
Adam's done. With love, with school...with everything. Done.
Beth's doing her best to act "normal," but even Reed recognizes devastation, since all he does is fantasize about Kaia.
Miranda's lost too.
Did she ever really forgive Harper?
Only Kane is actually doing something: uncovering how the crash happened -- and why....more
Just like Envy, Sloth pulls through in the end.
I found the first half of the novel to drag on. Maybe because I missed Kaia so damn much and the aftermath of the accident didn't really interest me. Everyone is now sucking up to Harper, the world is once more revolving around Harper, and I couldn't care less. If you haven't picked up on it yet, I would have preferred Harper to die. Not Kaia. :(
It does pick up though, as everyone eventually moves on with their...more
Kaia's death changed all of them in one way or another, I'm ama...more
Adam is out of school and slowly paving the way for a downfall, Reed is dreaming about Kaia even though he has no chances with her, and Miranda is confused and completely not in tune with the rest of society, as are many of the other members of the seven.
Kane is the only one who is taking action in order to understand how and why the accident happened, and why did the fun that they all had...more
Anyways in Sloth... nobody is really doing anything, just getting into more trouble while trying to avoid it. Why can't anybody just get out with the truth and get over it?! Hmm... sins.