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    Didn't disappoint, great series

    Cover: Professional and fitting with the rest of the series, no complaints. Editing/Proofing: Professionally done. No distractions from the reading experience, good continuity, etc. Formatting: Unable to comment as I was provided with an advanced reader's copy in order to evaluate the book. I'm a long time, huge fan of Dawson. I enjoy the Station series an all the little novellas (teasers as I call them) she also put out while we waited for this, fourth installment of the series. As always with Dawson, it did leave me wanting more which drives me nuts because historically there's a lot of time in between her books. But - this one isn't killing me. I want more, more out of curiosity and attachment to the characters than a burning need to know (which is what I have going on with her Find Me series - she is KILLING me). Piper is still true to character and her situations with Sloan and Rush, respectively, went as predicted - in a satisfying way if that makes sense. The book's prologue is a great refresher for the series, which was much-appreciated since it's been so long since #3. Early into the book, we are shown Bug's story - Piper shares it with the reader and it is profoundly heartbreaking. I rarely get any real feels from fiction - but this was so well done, and sadly, so true to life for so many people today - that it physically hurt, as I ready the heart-wrenching details. I was impressed with Dawson's ability to draw that out of me and as sad as the scene was, I found it to be brilliantly and perfectly executed. Now I was emotionally invested (as if I wasn't already with this whole series). Pay attention to Bug's story, because it contains a very important message that we need to remember when back to reality. Piper is both kind of wise beyond her years and at times, still kind of a boy-crazy teenager so that dichotomy is fun to read, as it was in the rest of the books too. For all the serious, Dawson brilliantly arranges some fun as well. Overall the book fits well with the rest of the series; I don't think it's my favorite installment, I think Book 1 still is, as it's the one that hooked me, but it's very well done and did not disappoint even after the long wait for it. I also enjoyed something Rush said that most people would do well to remember: "...every failure leads to a more fulfilling success." Words to live by. Anyway- well done. No complaints, wouldn't change anything and see no reason to rate this any less than five stars.
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