I loved the first 2 books in this series. Loved them!
This third book didn’t flow as smoothly as the first two. It was much darker and seemed to jump from point to point without much logic. If you weren’t familiar with the characters from the previous two books, you didn’t get much out of reading this book. The characters were well developed in the first two books, so it’s possible that the author didn’t bother to fully form them, assuming that the reader would know the characters from the previous two.
I thought the ending was great, and I will read the fourth one in the series, just because I need to know what happened. I was going to give it a lower rating, but the ending made me raise it a star. Most of the book was a 3 star book, though.