Despite it being over a year since I read Fractured (Slated #2) and over a year and a half since I read the first book Slated, it didn't take me long to be brought up to speed in the third book and final book of the trilogy. A few names and details kept evading me, but mostly I knew what was going on as Kyla undertook the final journey to find out who she is and what her story is.
By the help of her friends (rebels against the Lorders) she's shipped off to her birthplace, her birth mother and her hometown - but where she expected to find answers, love and tranquility, she finds questions, irregularities and trouble. Nothing is one-sided and as easy as she'd hoped, but Kyla being Kyla she takes it on herself to sort it out.
Shattered manages to live up to all the expectations the trilogy gives its readers and the final installment does in no way disappoint. We are given an enormity of information; all Kyla's questions are finally answered, but it never feels overwhelming as we are allowed to cope with the information along with Kyla, who's a rational and logical protagonist. As far as I can tell, every single thread is woven into the final scheme, there are no lose ends and the plot holes are minuscule. I hope to read more by Teri Terry in the future!