Considering this was the shortest book of the series, it seemed to drag on much more than the previous books.
Once again, like most of the series, Rachel seems to just like filling pages with belabouring conversations when we’re in the middle of seriously important stuff to do. One can’t help but wonder just how much of the problems faced by our characters in this series would have been avoided if they just got on with things instead of continuously stopping to have a conversation about something completely unimportant.
It gets quite ridiculous when it takes 4 times as long to read about something happening than the something happening is taking to happen because everyone has to have a conversation about something before anything can finish happening.
But, none the less, i got to the end because — belabouring conversations aside — it is a rather good tale. It is such a shame that it wasn’t edited more strictly and seriously cropped to keep things moving along.