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    Good ending to a great series

    ***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*** ​In all honesty, this one fell a little flat for me. I did, for the most part, enjoy reading most of it, but there were times where some the more dramatic scenes lacked a bit of flair and excitement. For example, there was one scene closer to the end that should have provoked shock and outrage, but it didn't exactly translate over that well to me. I think this may be because the characters themselves didn't react all that much to this betrayal and failed to show those feelings to the reader. Now on to the parts I enjoyed: I like that this book involves Milayna's brother Ben. Not that I wanted bad things to happen to him or anything, but because we rarely read about him at all in the first two books. We see a lot more of his relationship with Milayna and other characters, as well as how seriously Milayna takes her role in protecting him until he reaches the age of accountability. Also, I'm glad Chay is back in this book because I hate Xavier. There was one part where he acts like Milayna owes him her love or affection or something and I just wanted to be her for a second just so I could punch him in the face. Ugh. Overall, I think this book could have showed more excitement and suspense, and while it isn't my favorite of the series, I did like reading the conclusion to what started off as a great series. 3 Platypires!

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