I was quite disappointed by this one. The first fins book was so amazing. This one, well it fell flat.
Don't get me wrong, I love the characters, and they develop well, it's just that everything happened too quickly, and wrapped up too neatly. Doe's issues seemed so deeply ingrained within her mind and soul, the time it took to make her see the light, it just didn't feel genuine. Don't get me wrong, I love a good happy ending, but this one was so neat, it was practically gift-wrapped and presented on a silver platter. I'll stick to reading the first book.