All the books leading up to this one were entertaining but it gets tedious constantly waiting for Rachel to smarten up. In this book she finally realized that everything is not black and white but varying shades of grey. She realizes that others that she considered "evil" were merely doing what they believed they had to for what they cherished, very much the same way she did what she did to end up where she is.
I can't wait to see what decisions she makes in the next book (A Perfect Blood") now that she has cone to terms with who and what she is.
On another note I hope that they keep Marguerite Gavin as the narrator as she is truly the voice of the hollows, they tried to change it up once and I could hardly even make it through the book. She is amazing in the way she captures the essence of each character and I cannot imagine any other narrator doing these books justice.
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