I loved Savannah finally getting her own story, don’t get me wrong.
But I also thought this story was a little weak for her. She is one of the strongest women written in this series. Ever since she was a kid she gave no craps about anyone and will do whatever the hell she wants to do because that is what she wants to do.
I understand that she has grown up and everything like that, but that kind of spunk doesn’t just die.
What I am happy about, is that her story isn’t done. If I am correct, the next books are all hers. It kind of feels like an actual series because we were left with a cliff hanger and it continues on; very unlike the rest of the series where we get closure for the narrator at the time.
I am not going to go into the actual story besides saying that girls were murdered, there might be some supernatural-ness behind it, Savannah investigates it all by herself (first case of her own), there’s a commune of young girls who bake cookies, and Savannah sees her past self in a young, spunky school-aged girl.
Needless today, I was a little sad but a little happy with the aspect of a story that covers three books.