The Waterfall Traveller is a fun and entertaining read which brings you into a world where in every country, the weater is different. In the town where it all began for Samuel, Ri’s adoptive father, a horrible man reigns the por with an iron fist. But two guys stand there and smuggle healing weeds and medicine into the city. Rice, Mallory and Baxter are part of this unforgiving town and help Ri get back to Samuel, but what she discovers on her way back is not only amazing, but also confusing and dangerous…
I really enjoyed reading the Waterfall Traveller. It has a lot of action in it so the pase is fast but not overwhelmingly so. The writing style is easy and fast to read, funny and engaging. I loved how the characters grew together over time and how they interacted with each other. There was a great group development. In the beginning, everybody is distrustful and cares mostly for their own skin but after some time, even supposed enemies grow fond of each other as their try to survive.
The reasons why I have four stars was because there were some moments of confusing and irrational insta-love which really had me wonderung what was going on there. And also, I kind of rolled my eyes evertime some danger stood in the group’s way and everybody had an argument about who would be sacrificing themselves for the rest and then miraculously make it out alive. That string got old really fast.