I've got to be honest, I'm losing patience with the Massive Cliffhangers now. Yep, I wanted to get the fourth book as soon as I finished this one, but I held off because I found with Death Sentence it was only the beginning and the ending that were captivating, the entire middle chunk of this one I found to be repetitive and verging on dull.
Of course given the ending I'm now dying to find out what happens next, but I feel a bit cheated in having to keep forking over my hard-earned to reach any kind of resolution. I think you can exploit this perfectly when it comes to a trilogy, but when you have a longer series it does get a bit annoying. Purely my own opinion of course. I will have to finish the series as I'm itching to know what happens to Alex, Zee and Simon on the outside. But I'll be holding off for awhile, purely as a means of expressing my irritation!
Death Sentence is Dark, tense, violent, and oozing with unexpected Nazi unpleasantness. Not for the faint of heart or those with a delicate constitution!