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It's very hard to write this review without spoilers and I'd really hate to ruin ANY of the delicious surprises in this book. As I came across them, I either gasped or smiled with delight. Not only was I focused on the story, but I was focused on the storytelling and the skill it takes to insert one precious detail that changes a character from villainous to sympathetic. This author is SO good at that. The reader is subjected to these very dark characters (and they are subjected to each other!) and then suddenly the reader is in their corner, cheering for them and their happy ending.
Positives for this book:
+Amazing story, still tied to the previous stories and characters (but not in a manufactured way)
+Beautiful writing like: "Now was as good a time as any to set a match to what was left of his life."
"Hatred had no basement. It was a bottomless pit--one Josh couldn't stop falling into."
"The feeling, as if Dmitry had placed a bookmark in his life, holding his place, had Josh ready to break down."
Negatives for this book:
-None beyond the fact that I am full of sorrow that the series has ended.
While sometimes these books can be read as stand alones, you really have to read the books before this (especially Terry and Brian's story) so that you see the full scope of who Konstantin was as a person. Since Dmitry and Josh are so tied to him and his life, what he was like matters immensely.
Charity has outdone herself with this story, I have given it an honest review of five stars.