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One of those things was the whole romantic element in this book. In both 'Hereditary' (Book One) and this book, the affections of the MC seem to kind of veer all over the place leading you to think one thing for half the book and then abruptly changing the situation.
Another thing was that, I dislike plots where a person is made out to be quite powerful and then they barely use their power, and never in important times where people's lives are on the line. Like what's the point in your Bender ability or Death ability if you're not going to use them?
Overall though, these were minor annoyances and I still thought this book and series (is it a series when there's only two books?) was definitely worth reading.
Bea and those around her are fascinating. I wish there were more books at would have lent to drawing out even more details. This world is original and I reccommend getting lost in it!