"Every revolution begins with breakfast, darling."
This was clearly not the book for me. I wasn't thrilled with what happened early on with Fury and Ellie after he was released from the lab. From there it just went down hill for me. I couldn't connect to either character to the point where I couldn't wait for scenes that included both characters. I liked the way Ellie was with the women and with her conversations with the other males. But put Fury and Ellie together and I squirmed. I wanted to know who ratted them out to the media and I had my suspicions about who it could have been, but that was never answered. Ir maybe it was and I didn't catch that part.
I really tried to find something in this I liked and I couldn't do it.