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While I was disappointed that some of the main character spend a lot of time apart in this book, new characters are introduced (and minor characters are fleshed out) to help ease this, and some of those new or improved characters are fantastic. Madeline, a vampire girl who was introduced in the first book, is a particular treasure as she gets more screen time here.
There was a solid twist at the end of the last one. This one goes bigger.
Definitely recommend this. It's very worth the read.
Pros: Plot development is intriguing, the author doesn't make impossible feats occur to avoid setbacks. While setbacks due lend an air of tragedy to the novel it also adds an equal measure of authenticity and sense of depth when the end of the book comes.
So nitpicks out of the way. It continues on with the main story great. The flow was not harmed in that way. It added a couple of new characters and a bit more lore with this book as well as bringing back some loved characters. I feel each character really does have their own personality and it stays that way as they go on learning and relearning things. Their is character development which is very nice for any story. I''d say more this time around rather than in the first book. I agree with another review that says the levels come way to fast. First book happened over the course of around a week maybe two weeks at most. This one is 5 years later and again... everything happened in a short amount of time.
Great story with each character being their own and not mixing each character personality.
Love the references in the book about other popular reference in the book. Sad to admit it took me too long to figure out hatecraft reference.
Near the end we start diverging away from the two main characters being Threadbare and Cecilia. We start getting the bad guys story as well. Which felt to me was forced into the story and something I felt the reader would have been better off not knowing adding more to the story that way.
I would still recommend this book as a must read along with the first one. Lots of cute moments that made me laugh. Parts that made me feel sad and other parts that made me very happy for what was happening. It does well to draw on your emotions. I hope the author for the next book keeps more on the main characters rather than bringing in the bad guys. If the bad guys need to let their past be known, then IMO it should be letting the main characters know.
People in this world don't level very fast compared to Threadbare or anyone else close to Threadbare. Most other people have a normal leveling rate by the time they are in their teens to 20's they are around level 10-20 for their respective jobs/classes. But the main characters are after a couple of weeks are already 2x to 3x higher level than those around them.