"I didn't realize until the end that Hale's books have the same characters. Isi in this book is from the Goose Girl. Enna is from Enna burning. If I was going to place them in order, I would read this book last and the Goose Girl first. It wasn't as interesting as I'd hoped, but it was a quick, cute read."
"This book is the 6th in the series. It was a page-turner like all of Casts' books, but the end was very sudden and disappointing. It just stopped and said read the next book. At least her romance triangle is getting more normal. I also enjoyed Stevie Rae's part."
"These books are different. I don't love them, but they're a good time filler. The plot is on Margrit who learns about the world of supernatural beings (gargoyles, dragons, etc). She has no self preservation."
"I don't know if I rushed the book or what, but I didn't think this book was as great as the reviews make it out. I found the love story to be one dimensional (though Mimi's part was much better than in past books). Also, when all of the characters have current names, nicknames, and Roman names- it makes keeping up difficult."
"The only book on tape i could find for the ride home. This is the second book in this trilogy. My boyfriend enjoyed the series a long time back, but I wouldn't have read through the series. I kept listening because the narrarator was so great."
"A new author, What I thought to be one book turned out to be a series (hence a chopped ending). Different plot about angels. I like the characters (esp. Cam) and the story line. I'll be waiting for the next book."
"The second book of the Mortal Instruments. After you get passed the obviously awkward parts (you'll see what I mean) which works it way out in the end, it's a really great story. It kept me amused on the long drives road trips."