Saturday, April 16, 2011
And speaking of Danaus. Why the hell can’t these two recognize what they have together? We see over and over, through Mira’s thoughts and actions that she cares deeply for Danaus. And he seems to have to remind himself that she is the enemy. These two need to get it on already… in a big way. Three books is plenty of time for me to wait. I definitely need some payoff. (And not just physically, by the way. These two have a deeper connection.)
So when all is said and done, we get our big battle, more reveals about what Danaus is, and big questions about the future of the naturi. And while the book may be over, there is obviously plenty of story left to go. 4 stars.
P.S. If you haven’t read the first two books in the series, you don’t want to start with this one. It won’t make sense and you won’t have the same investment in the characters. This is not meant to be a stand-alone. Trust me.