This is the fifth installment of the series I have read, and the fifth time the story has just gotten better. Ms. Hawk’s writing has gotten tighter, and the reader has gotten much better with intonation and cadence with the book.
The story itself is very interesting, you get to meet additional members of Whyborne’s family, including some unexpected members. The struggle against a new threat from a couple of unexpected directions.
Where the last book had a lot to do with Christine and some additional items on Griffin, this focused mostly on Whyborne. I enjoyed every page of it, but I do have to say the series as a whole will do better overall if Ms. Hawk focuses on the the group as the whole. I can’t talk about specifics due to spoilers, but I love his mom and I do like how Ms. Hawk has made Whyborne’s father more and more three dimensional.
Overall, I definitely recommend it as a read!
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