|Submitted by Anonymous |
(Jul 05, 2010)
This is by far one of the worst books that conclude an otherwise good series. It's the fact that some obvious solutions are overlooked and the climax makes the reading of the previous 3 books COMPLETELY redundant. Why would anyone go through all that effort of developing the characters to such an extent that one believes that they are real and then completely destroy them in quite literally the last 3 pages.
It's just appalling how unsatisfied you are left once u turn over to see that you have reached the end of the book.