It took a little while for me to get sucked into the story because it took some time to connect the dots to figure out what was going on. The synopsis barely hints at what this book is about because it’s one of those stories where telling a small thing reveals even bigger things. Nothing drastic happened that would majorly alter the future of the series. However, rather fascinating things were revealed about a few characters.
The enemy was cruel and powerful. With the power they had, it was surprising more people didn’t die. As powerful as Mercy and her allies are, I wasn’t sure they would win or at the very least win without significant losses. Some of the things the enemy did were sick and demented. It was someone that definitely needed to be taken out for good.
The best part of the book was the characters. Zee, who I absolutely adore, was in this quite a bit. Stefan was in it but not nearly as much as I would have liked. Sherwood was extremely helpful. He has hidden potential. I’m dying to know more about him. Wulfe was entertaining to say the least. Every minute with Coyote was great!
For those who may be hesitant to read this book due to the disturbing revelation about Bran in Burn Bright, nothing about it is mentioned in this book.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for giving me this in exchange for an honest review!