This was really engaging and somewhat satisfying at the end. For being part of a trilogy, it was long. I think there were parts that could’ve been condensed and it was confusing about how the characters in the beginning were relevant to the story once it got going. Those relationships were revealed much later than I would like, since it was distracting for me trying to figure it out along the way.
The ending was only partly satisfying, which is to be expected of a book with a sequel. I’m not exactly sure if I’m going to continue the series. I’ll move on to something else for a while and see if it remains in my mind as a story I need to finish out.