The plot in this story takes a while for it to get weird, which is a good thing because it allowed me to fully appreciate the writing. Kat Falls kept the feral zone a mystery at first, which made me more curious and left me more eager to find out what was on the other side. It got me involved, in a sense, and it was difficult for me to put it down. The action was insane as well as the romance! The romance was subtle, but just enough to give the story a little extra something, something. I usually like a lot of romance, but Inhuman didn't need it to keep my interested. I loved the characters, specifically the two male leads... wink, wink. Deciding which one was my favorite was difficult because they both had attributes that were amazing, but I have to say my favorite was Rafe. He was such a badass, funny, but also could be serious. Lane was a great protagonist, but I disliked how she kept making the same mistakes and never learning from them until the very end. There was mystery shrouding each one and I was curious to see how their stories would unfold.
I thought Kat did a great job backing up her concepts with science; it helped give reason to their world. I loved how she was creative with the animals in the feral zone, such as the piranha bats and chimpanzee moles. When you think about it logically its like WHATTT?
How can a fish and bat mutate, but anything is possible. I loved how it gave a creepy element to the story!
Overall, I loved this dystopian book. I loved it so much I picked up the second book and can't wait to write a review on it. I recommend this book to anyone who loves futuristic post-apocalyptic novels.