I didn't like it. The author is covering too many voices, too many points of view, and it just loses you over and over again throughout the book. It was torture to get through it, and I wish this series would just die.
Like her last book, this book took me a long time to get into. I wanted so badly to be sucked back into the fever world and get lost in the characters like I had in her first five books, but I’m not sure I ever really got there. I didn’t hate it…but I also didn’t love it. Many times I even found myself having to reread sections I couldn’t get into or that didn’t quite fit. It wasn’t until about half way in that I found traces of Moning’s compelling writing and dynamic characters. Will I read the next book in the series? Yes. Will I be waiting at the edge of my seat for it? No.
This volume sees lots of different elements of the overall story advance a bit, but it doesn't really have it's *own* story. Not that I didn't enjoy it or wouldn't recommend it or anything. I really like this series, and I don't have to tell fellow fans to read it. Of course they'll read it. But the ending will leave you cursing the wait for the next book!
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