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Jamie and Charlotte have parted ways. They haven’t spoke in almost a year. But someone has it in for Jamie and somehow Jamie doesn’t think they would stop at seeing him expelled.
I did not like this book.
I am not a fan of miscommunication or I-can’t-see-you-because-I-am-trying-to-protect-you tropes. What really drew me into the first book was the unexpected friendship between Charlotte and Jamie. I tolerated the budding romance in the second book but no more.
This book felt like angst for the sake of angst. I don’t think their separation helped propel their story or their character development. It was two steps forward and three steps back.
The mystery element was ok, I was able to predict a lot of the twist and turns.
I thought this is was going to be the final book in the trilogy but apparently it is going to continue. This will be the final book for me though.
I gave this book a D.
I devour worlds with each new book. I am making up for lost time as a late bloomer of the reading world.