For thi eason, I should begi thi review off with negatives, and end it with positives so I an o to bed thinking about my book husband.Falin.
If anybod has read my reviews of the other two books in the series, then they know I am really rooting for Death/Alex.
What is even worse is the assertion that, while I ctually DO like Falin 's character, I do ot like how he is being flung around as this object by the Winter Queen ( understandable, but I do n't have to like it), and I do n't like how everyone 's feelings in this triangle are getting trampled on.I suppose this means I am invested in this tale, huh? What is even worse is the ending -- literally the last couple of paragraphs -- that totally trampled on the happy bubble I was temporarily living in.
I dont like books based soley on mystery; I le my fantasy, and I wish my worldbuilding, and I definitely want my romance and kick ass scenes where the supernatural villain dies a supernaturally violent death that he/she deserved.
I fel there was nothin wrong with me initially, since th series always sucked me in from page one, but only more of a fantasy elements resurfaced, I was engaged again.Now for the good: Death.No seriously, he made his ook for me.
If anything, I 'll just claim Death for myself and Alex an have Falin.Verdict: Must read.