I loved the first book in the series, so was hoping that this would be just as good. The two books are very different from each other, but still stay true to the characters.
There is a bittersweet air throughout this story that is consistent with Tim's past and present struggles with self worth. I appreciate Lanyon's efforts to really create strong characters. I did feel that one of Luke's actions
did sway from what I believed to be his moral compass. I loved these characters and their struggles so much, and believe in the path that they have to take. I was willing to accept the ending that I thought Lanyon was going to give them(show spoiler)
because it actually fit the growth and development that Tim has been creating for himself.