This is definitely my least favorite of the series, though I never thought to stop reading and it had my attention ENOUGH. I wasn’t like dying to know more like most of Kelley Armstrong’s books.
We have way too many points of views in this one. We are used to having only one, and the last book we got two which was a nice change of pace, but we got.. four or five if I am not mistaken. And only one of them we knew before this book (Hope) and even though I still felt like she was a new character to the series.
What I did love about this book is that human’s get involved. That’s right, a human gets to see what is behind the supernatural curtain. We also meet someone who knew they had special powers (necromancer) but never knew of the community of supernatural beings until he met some of our friends in this series.
Hope’s best friend Robyn is in some deep crap. Like she is wanted for murder. But she didn’t do it. Enter best friend, chaos-loving-half-demon Hope and her boyfriend werewolf-jewel-thief Karl and a detective that can see dead people.
What I really REALLY enjoyed was exploring clairvoyance powers in Armstrong’s world. We have seen and learned about werewolves, witches, necromancers, warlocks, half-demons (even though there are a lot more types to discover!) and even magicians, but not enough on the rare supernatural-beings that are called clairvoyant. They are a necessity in this book and I absolutely loved it.
All in all, I am ready to get back to werewolves in the next book. Elena and Clay are my first love.