The ending of a series is never easy for me to handle and few authors are able to appease my need for an open yet settled ending. Cass, however, was able to blend an ending with the possibility for a beginning.
The story comes to a shocking conclusion, the very last chapters left me guessing what would happen next. There is war and death and family and love in this trilogy that has a strong but imperfect heroine. America isn’t the girl who never doubts herself but she is the one that is true to herself, even when she isn’t quite sure what that will mean. I enjoyed this last installation even if it did seem a little hastily wrapped up in a pretty bow. Some items could have been revealed earlier in the plot of this book but overall, I would give it a high rating.
Well written, entertaining, and a book that made me think, laugh, and cry. I couldn’t ask for me from a story. I love a roller coaster, although I am rather sick of love triangles. That being said, I think the ending of this one was very well handled, as opposed to some other situations I’ve read.
I can’t wait to see what else Cass comes up with.