This third installment in the Time Quintet series took me on a roller-coaster ride of feelings. The ride ended, and I am still uncertain on how I felt about it.
It felt different from the first two books in the series, possibly because the characters are growing up, therefore the book is also maturing in that sense. Although I found the plot of the book to be intriguing, I also found it to be slower paced, and often times confusing with the similar names throughout the generations. It was difficult to keep the characters straight. Overall I did really enjoy this book, it just took longer to suck me in.
My Rating : ****