The third book of this series starts off in an unusual manner in that you see through the eyes of Jade rather then the first person of Caleb. I'm not sure I liked the way Blodgett handled the revolving perspectives throughout the book, you not only are shown the world from the perspective of Jade but from several other characters as well. It was still well-written and a good book. The action was fast-paced. The dialogue was swift and humorous. The characters were still as endearing as they've always been.
Another reason I didn't give the book five stars was that I figured out who the bad guy was before the final chapter. Of course I didn't figure out the motivations of the character which made the climax satisfying.
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