Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I'm not sure what can be said about this book other than I was pretty happy with how it ended. I mean, really happy. I'm glad to see certain characters where they ended up. It just made me happy. Although I was a bit unhappy for a few characters. I'd like to know what happened to them afterwards. I mean, It's terrible to leave such good characters in the dust like that.
I'm glad I stuck with the entire series to the end. I think the story and the writer evolved so much along the way. And Rose evolved so much herself. I'm glad to see the direction she took. It's such a stark difference to how she was in the first book. She went from a character that I really didn't like much, to a character that realized a lot of things about herself, which turned her into a great, likable character that I wouldn't mind reading more about.
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