I have read the whole trilogy in a week. I really enjoyed the book, and will probably read this book again. What I love about Julie Kawaga's writing styles in all her books is the characters she makes up. The characters have built their own life in her book, and the way the plot and setting is described, makes you picture everything neatly and perfectly, without a question.
Everything in the book is decribed vividly, and it's very easy to picture and the suspense made me want to know what was going to happen next. I have read a variety of books, where the people live in a blind society, where everything is controlled, like Delirium, The Giver, and a few others. Those books make you want to stay up late all night, reading what's coming next. Unlike The Giver, and Delirium, I think that The Immortal Rules has a darker twist, and to get what you want, people get hurt, and they die.