This book actually started out okay. I liked Lucy, from the very beginning, and Jonathan was wonderful.
This was a wonderful ending to one of my favorite series! All the loose ends were taken care of and each character had an ending that suited them perfectly.
Tristan Hyde and Jill Jekel are distant descendants of the infamous Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. They both have an interest in chemistry like their ancestors, and Tristan has another dangerous similarity to Mr. Hyde.
There a was a lot to like about this story. The main character, Sinta was a very great representation of a teenage girl. She was mature, but childish, understanding, but moody, and brave but afraid. I usually like it when characters are as multidimensional as Sinta
Well, that was a roller coaster ride of a story or maybe I would be better off comparing it to a house of horrors!
Let me start of by saying that this book was beautifully written. It was detailed, immersive, and had a subtlety that I cannot help but be impressed by.
I have wanted to read this book for months. The author was kind enough to give me a copy about three moths ago, but right when I was about to start reading…
The final portion of this book was extremely satisfying!
Tessa is having a difficult time with he information she received about her parents at the end of part two so she sets out to prove their innocence.
So part two of this novel took a dark turn, and I love it!
Tessa and Tristan still share some very cute moments, but I am learning more about what Tessa has endured over the past eight years while she has been on the run with her family.
Tessa is a normal teenage girl who is surrounded by abnormal family members. Her mom, brother, and sister can all move objects with their minds, and let me tell you, they are not shy about using their abilities behind closed doors.