5/5 Stars for this beauty yet again!
It’s officially hit a new level of “what the fuck” with this series. I think I probably yelled that at the book about ten times in the last 10 pages alone. Thank goodness I was home alone when I finished.
Aghhhhh. This book was so clever. I loved that the main species in this territory wasn’t human, it made it even more interesting and the world building once again was fantastic. But then- surprise- humans still exist in this territory, but not quite as expected. Shines a lot of light on the way we treat some of the beings on our planet, but I’m not here to talk about that. I’m here to talk about the book in all its glory.
MacHale is so good with character development and the characters truly being unique and *themselves* the whole time. I absolutely love all of these people and characters so much. And Saint Dane is one of the most incredibly evil, vindictive, and clever villains I’ve ever come across and my hate for him just increased exponentially.
Pendragon has got to be one of the most resourceful main characters ever and I love watching him learn as he goes. He’s got a good head on his shoulders and isn’t afraid to do what needs to be done. He’s one of the least static and most progressive characters ever without it being overkill. He’s still, after everything, under every layer, Bobby Pendragon and I admire that.
I’m really loving getting to see all the different travelers from all the territories and how they interact with each other. It doesn’t always run as smoothly as it could, but that’s realistic and I loved it.
I’m so upset that I have to wait a few hours to get my hands on the next book. I need it right now. Aghhhh.