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In this book Cor is struggling to come to terms with who his father is and what will happen between him and Caitlyn, Jane finally comes to terms with what Cor is and how she's let him down, Caitlyn has a lot in her plate, obviously, Mr Grifford is trying his best to handle everything that's been thrown at him and Taylor, wow Taylor's been busy....
As I said this book starts where 'Heart' left off clearing up the mess and trying to get back on with their lives, the beginning of this book didn't grip me like the last one did, it's quite slow moving. The pace picks up, especially when we discover what Cor and Taylor have both been doing with their spare time and then the book really comes into it's own.
Why only 3 stars?.....well apart from the slow beginning again Caitlyn was the weak link for me, in the last book I felt she needed more padding, the bits we were given didn't all fit and I felt we needed more, in his book we get more and yes she's in an unusual position being newly converted and having to come to terms with her new life but I still felt she was 'off' she makes a few silly decisions and then towards the end a 'too stupid to live' moment. Now I know she's not alone regarding really bad decisions I mean Taylor made a classic but somehow that didn't seem quite as bad since it didn't stem from stupidity.
Will I read the next book...of course, I can't wait to find out what happens next.