I really enjoyed the fact that the story was read by various narrators, each did a great job of telling the story and held my interest throughout the book. The story by James Goss was very well thought out and I felt connected to all of the characters.
I love Rhy's because he is always fun and is very dependable and loyal to Gwen, he has adapted really well to each twist and turn of Gwen's journey with Torchwood.
When the children made a stand and became more independent and less like stepford children, also when the locals and children were compensated for what had been done to them so in the end I was able to feel that justice had prevailed. I also thought Gwen and Rhy's reactions to becoming first time parents was very authentic and at times funny.
I could easily listen to this story in one sitting and would actually remain seated in the car having arrived at work or home, not wanting to press the stop button and get out of the car as the story was so engaging.
I did not expect to enjoy the book as much as I did given that there is basically no Torchwood team and Captain Jack does not appear in the story that much, he does make a brief appearance when the story goes back in time to the history of the town but his character and involvement in this story is not very likeable.
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