David's metaphors and similes were still hilarious and lightened up the mood of the book. The romance between David and Megan was just the right amount, not too lovey-dovey and not too boring. I liked exploring what Megan could do with her powers. I thought the settings were cool. There was a whole city made of salt!
Knighthawk was a very interesting character. He was cool, a spy helping from afar. It was kind of creepy that he was spying on their text messages, but it was helpful. His name is really interesting itself, and it fits who he is.
The ending of a series is very important to me, as it wraps up the series. However, Calamity has one of the least explained endings I have ever read! The epilogue should not even have existed, and the thing with David's dad leaves me very confused, and it pretty much destroys the whole point of the series. This was so extreme that I am labeling it as a 3-star book because of the ending.
Out of the three books, Calamity was my least favorite, but I recommend that you read this series. I am still glad that I own all three books!
Read my review of the first book in this series, Steelheart.
Read my review of the second book in this series, Firefight.
Author: Brandon Sanderson
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Series: Yes, Book 3
Rating: 3 Stars