The Harvest and the two other books in the trilogy are dystopian literature. The Harvest introduces some new characters, further develops some minor characters from the previous two books, and of course, continues on with the key characters. I feel like this book really provides more insight into what the characters lives are like more than the previous two books. My favorite part of the book was the epilogue since it provided you with a good ending, but still gave your mind some thoughts to ponder.
The Harvest was a good ending to the trilogy. It wrapped up most of the key points but left some things for the reader to decide what happened. I really thought the character development, the imagery, and the voice were excellent in this book as well as in the previous two books. I recommend this book for grades 8 and up due to violence, language, and other content. These elements are however necessary to the plot, and the book itself. I felt like the book dragged a little bit in parts by giving too many details that weren't relevant to the plot.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. If you haven't read the other two books, I highly recommend you do so before reading this book. I received this book through Net Galley courtesy of Skyscape in exchange for an honest review.