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    Reverb

    A good romance but a bit sappy. Still, I enjoyed it - though the previous books in the series were more taut.
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    A very satisfying ending to the series.

    Already being invested in this series made it easy to love this book, but I have a feeling I would have loved it anyway. I loved the major role the characters from the first two books played in the story, but Mish and David carried the story even without them. Mish's self-reliance and refusal to allow anyone to take care of her was grating at times but was consistent with her character and background. I liked that even Mish can see where she sometimes makes things worse by being so stubbornly self-reliant. It added a depth to the character that a lot of books are missing. A lot of times characters are written as if they are completely blind to their faults. Mish knows what her weaknesses are and still struggles to overcome them. David is also written with a lot of depth and integrity. Although I definitely wanted to kick David in the head at various times throughout the book, I could see why he was reacting the way he was. It just took him longer to get to the "being this way is actually hurting me" than it did for Mish. Of course, he also had a lot more changing he needed to do than she did. David's reactions are very much shaped by his identity as a man and his life experiences. I loved that his identity as a trans man was woven into the story so smoothly (including in their sexual interactions), but David is a fully-embodied person. His trans identity is never treated as a side-show.
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    A Fabulous End

    I always struggle to review the books that hit me just right, so I sat on REVERB for days after I finished it. I can’t stop thinking about it as an affecting romance between two cool people, as a glorious smorgasbord of MOMENTS, and as the culmination of an amazing series about a found family of queer rock stars. It’s that last one I keep coming back to. REVERB is definitely Mish and David’s story, but their romance is all tied up with their feelings for the band. Mish is a former loner who’s now totally committed to the guys she shares her career with. David’s a current loner who struggles with how badly he wants to join them all. My heart ached and rejoiced as I watched them work past their issues as a couple and as members of a close-knit group. I’m also really glad I paused to read COUNTERPOINT instead of diving into REVERB straight after SYNCOPATION, as I planned to. (I got an ARC of this one and hoped to review it by release day. That didn’t pan out.) Zabo builds the band’s career, and their familial relationship, book by book. The backstory makes Mish and David’s romance so much richer. You don’t want to miss out on it. Zabo’s said they’re done with Twisted Wishes for now, but I dearly hope they come back to the band someday. I mean, Marcella’s still single and I’d LOVE LOVE LOVE to see her connect with an awesome person while the central characters from the first three books cheer her on.
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    Superficial nonsense

    No one who was stabbed, bothers weather te medical staff gets the pronouns right. No sane 43 year old war veteran treats a teddy bear like a real person. David could have been interesting, but was superficial. It would have made more sense if Mish appeared to be a trans man, than this storyline. The bodyguard plot was very predictable. The romance too, just a copy past from the other two books in this series.
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