I'm giving this book a 7.8/10 stars, aside from my large annoyance about not seeing anyone really but Michael, Hannah and Hunter it was pretty good. There was a good mystery in the story and it had some pretty exciting scenes. I think that this world has a lot of potential and that these books were pretty enjoyable but I feel like Brigid needs to work on her story a little bit more. Like this book didn't feel like the last book, I could be wrong in thinking this is the last book, but I'm pretty sure it is so... Okay, maybe I'm also complaining a little about the story because we hardly saw the other brothers in this book too and if you couldn't notice, that really bothered me. But also from Brigid's other books, all her character deaths are really quick so you don't really have time to really see it. Like her characters die in one sentence and then it's pretty much done besides a bit of mourning.
So anyway that was my half rant on the books, if you read that I might've spoiled you a little, so sorry, but you should read this series because a. Jennifer L. Armentrout (one of the best authors EVER) recommends it b. it has an interesting world and some good action scenes.
SPOILERS BELOW FOR SACRIFICE
Now I don't have too many notes on this book but I really wanted to mention some of my thoughts to you guys so here they are.
It was really sad when Michael had to tell the boys that they were going out of his custody for a while and when they were talking about what would happen if a Guide found them I just felt really depressed for the Merriks then.
I was pretty suspicious of Irish from the beginning, no author will bring in a character as much as Brigid brought in Irish if they don't have a part to play in the story and even though Irish's part was really small, I was pretty suspicious of him being a Guide. I'll say I was close there since he's a fifth.
From the moment that Hunter was talking about how his Uncle liked distance things like bombs and guns the thought popped in the back of my mind like is his uncle alive? I pushed that thought away because I was like, no that's not possible but... somehow it was. I don't get it though, Jay said something like about how being dead changes you. How in the world did he come back to life? Like did they just bury him alive? But I kind of find it hard to believe they'd miss the part where he was alive so...?
"Then do both." AW that moment though.
I loved how Hunter pulls out his gun and so does Tyler and Michael's just kinda there like ".... I don't have a gun."
Back to the quick deaths, Hunter had a really quick death, for being there for all the books it's just like he blew up. Okay. And Calla's death was really quick. Like Calla the last book ended on a 'cliff hanger' of Calla being back but the first time we really hear from her is when she talks for like seven seconds then dies. Um... I feel like Brigid could've done something a little more from Calla there.