I know, I know, my reviews are like buses; wait agest for one, and then you get 3 at once! In my defence, I DID tell you I was playing catchup….
Life wasn’t what Sophie was expecting, so why should death be any different?
She’s come back from swimming between the two, and every problem she left is still there. And then some.
There’s the human world, where she has a brother on the verge of ruins, band mates all set to go on tour, and people she thought she wouldn’t be seeing for a long time showing up.
Then there’s her new world, where she’s seeing and hearing things that should not be heard or seen. Where Myles knows more about her than she could have ever guessed. She still doesn’t know exactly why Michael is tormenting her, but somehow, everything is connected.
The monsters are closing in on all sides and the question is, will Sophie be able to defeat them before it all ends?
In some ways, this was the weakest book of the trilogy, and in others, the strongest. For me, the story seemed to concentrate too much on what Sophie was seeing. I didn’t think it was always necessary.
In this book, we get to delve deeper into Myles’ secrets and the story is told from two perspectives. I think that works well here.
The suspense in this one seems to kick up a notch and is deftly written. And the epilogue? Well, i’m not sure you’ll see it coming. I sure didn’t!
The score – another B from me (4* Amazon)
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