Wayward Son is the sequel to one of my favorite reads, Carry On. It’s been several years ago since I’ve read it and I’m glad to finally get to this sequel a few months back.
As with Carry On, Wayward Son is written in multiple POVs. I liked the plot, sure, but I get more excited reading when it comes to Simon and Baz, of course. I love that I get to read more of their bantering because I’ve waited so long.
I was expecting this to give some closure or something to Carry On but it didn’t. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed it. Probably this was just a transition book because there’s one more coming? I don’t know. But I’m sure more looking forward to how Simon and Baz’s relationship will evolve. You too guys, right?
Wayward Son is an enjoyable read but not as amazing as Carry On. But that shouldn’t stop you from reading it, well if you haven’t yet. The plot was just so-so for me but Simon and Baz’s POVs and never-ending bantering was everything. For that, I’m giving this book 4 stars.
“Sometimes Simon kisses me like it’s the end of the world, and I worry he might believe that it is.”
“I’ve loved him through worse. I’ve loved him hopelessly… So what’s a little less hope?”
“A relationship isn’t about the end. It’s about being together every step of the way.”
“Fighting doesn’t feel good anymore. It feels like breaking something because you don’t know how to fix it.”
“He’s coming into himself. And I’m coming apart.”