(This review may contain spoilers).
I was really happy to be able to read the final book in this trilogy. There were things I did miss in this (such as how things went with Tick and Joseph), but there was a lot tension in this book and I kept reading throughout.
I liked seeing Porter and Sarah together, though I didn’t really like how Sarah treated Porter after she was told about her parents. Even though I could understand why Sarah felt like that, I felt her personality became quite sharply contradictory and I could understand how Drake was able to target Porter.
It was interesting to see Granger and Ozzie. I liked Ozzie more than Granger, but it was good to see both of them questioning what they believed. It was sad to see that Misoka was so reluctant to trust that Ozzie was her brother and I felt she came across as very young emotionally in her interactions with Ozzie and Sarah especially.
I would have liked to see more of the secondary characters, such as others in the Mythics and Slayer ranks. It was good to see more of Drake’s past and get some answers about what was going on with him… though I was a bit disappointed with the way things happened towards the end with Drake.
I felt a lot of sympathy for Domino. I did like seeing her with Tick and then later with Porter and Sarah. It was good to see that Porter and Sarah were trying to protect her… and also good to see them trying to do the right thing. I didn’t like Gwinn very much, though. Even though he was Tick’s father, I didn’t feel like he really cared about his son’s emotional wellbeing. At the same time, though, it was good to learn more about Tick’s ability and the potential dangers involved in it.
I found this book to be really easy to read and I also liked learning more about some of the different types of creatures. And it was good to see Glenda and her relationship with Porter, even though he still didn’t have any memories.
While the ending of this book was a bit sad, I did still find it really entertaining and engaging to read. I would love to read more books set in this world in the future.