I liked this a lot. I think I just get Richelle Mead, and I’m willing to go on any journey she’ll take me on. I did not predict this story working out the way it did, but I actually think that’s what I liked about it the most. It would hit a crossroads and shoot of in a new direction that interested and fascinated me.
I am super-stoked to hear that the next 2 books in this series will be from the other 2 girls’ perspectives, as I think, for the most part, Adelaide’s story has been wrapped up to my satisfaction, and I am most interested in what happens to Tamsin and Mira now, which is perfect.
The only one negative I will mention is that this is definitely NOT a fantasy novel. I didn’t realize that’s how it’s being sold/advertised as (so it’s good that I went in blind), but I get how some people going in with that expectation could come out upset.
HOWEVER, I also see how this book could be a bit difficult to categorize according to today’s genres, so while it occurs in a very made up world, just be aware there is NO MAGIC OF ANY KIND, therefore it is NOT A FANTASY novel. Now that you’re prepared, you should be find. Just sit back and enjoy the wild journey this book will take you on.