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  • I will miss Ellingham Academy, but I will remember

    Rating: 4.5 Stars I have been hooked on this series since Truly Devious, and I couldn't wait for this finale. If I were to describe this conclusion in three words, I would use: captivating, surprising, and satisfying. All the elements I loved in the first two books were still present in this final chapter, and maybe Johnson even turned it all up a notch or two. I felt like I got to know some of the other characters better in this book. Stevie began to really embrace these people as her own, and in doing so, I got to spend more time with them. But, I didn't only learn more about the present day characters, Johnson revealed a plethora of tidbits about the Ellingham Academy residents from the 1930s, and some details were quite surprising. I felt like Johnson not only maintained that classic whodunit feel of the previous two novels, but rather, she amped it up for this book. The gathering of all the suspects, while they were trapped due to a blizzard, seemed torn from the vintage mystery handbook. I felt a smile spread across my face as it played out in a most gratifying way. But, I came here for answers and resolutions, and you know what? I got them! I discovered the whole, unadulterated truth about Alice (a pretty big surprises there), Stevie figured out how the present day and 1930s murders were connected (this was rather messy and interesting), AND I finally found out what was "always on the staircase, but never on the stair." Stevie was a force, as she had been this whole series, and I will forever keep her on my list of literary favorites. Her wit, her humor, her quirks - I loved them all, and I was thrilled with the ending Johnson gave her. I will miss Ellingham Academy, but I will remember it fondly.

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  • Perfect ending to an excellent trilogy

    This book was the perfect end to the trilogy. I’m really going to miss these characters and Ellingham Academy.

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  • :) wow (:

    This book was awesomly amazing. It brought me everything i want from a book. Thank you.

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  • Great ending!

    Reading the first book didn't give me much hope - 3 stars at best, but the series picked up slightly wig

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