Meg's always thought that love and ghosts are fantasies for gullible people, but her skepticism is about to be tested. As her roommates Sol and Alexei move on with their lives, Meg remains stuck in her rut, unsure what to do about her future or about her best friend Athos. He wants more than friendship from her, but she isn't sure whether she's straight or gay, let alone in love with him. Not helping are the strange trances that show her the lives of two other young girls - one who wants to be a voodoo priestess, and the other who wants to escape a Christian cult. Athos sticks by her as the trances take over her life, and Meg will have to figure out her true feelings, or lose him along with everything else.
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Yes, it's a great book showing off Kyell's well thought out characters.
Character development through various trials and tribulations.
The Baron, out of all of them he seemed to make the most sense.
While I though the ending was very cliche, hence me calling it lackluster, the adventure that lead to it was worth the trip. I am still scratching my head at the Hanna sequence and at some point might just have to ask Kyell about it, perhaps i missed something but as a theme that reoccurred "Did it really matter?". negativity aside it wasnt a bad arc to the story just missing quite how it fit with in the story.
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