The Power of Six is an interesting book. I enjoyed the different genres introduced to the story which makes it an interesting read. I also enjoy the characters the author introduces throughout the story and how well developed each character is. One of the things I would change about the book is the narration. Reason being, throughout the book it switches between characters very frequently. The stories of the two narrators get extremely confusing to the point I thought of putting the book down. There was one narration that was clear and interesting while the other felt boring and I sometimes felt like skipping that narration. I thought the narration of Number Four, Number Six, and Sam was the better narration by far. I also found that the ending, like the previous book, “I am Number Four,” was very rushed and did not seem natural at all. It got me confused in a way and ruined the book for me. I would give this book 2 out of 5 stars.
The book, “The Power of Six”, introduces Number Seven as a narrator in addition to Number Four, Number Six, and Sam. It is a story about their search for the remaining members of the Loric Garde. As for Number Seven, her side of the story shows her life at an orphanage in Spain. The book also introduces Ella, a young Garde girl who escapes Lorien too. But her escape does not coincide with the others, namely Crayton her Cêpan and Number Nine. Read the book and find out more about their adventures.