“Unfortunately I don’t have the luxury of experiencing things that sound reasonable when you try to explain them to other people.”
Toby weathered a storm a long time coming and the result is a rare moment of peace. But just a moment. Toby’s demons are coming back to haunt her. Even the one she never knew she had…
This is the eighth book in the October Daye series, paying off several long running plot lines going all the way back to the beginning. Start reading there (Rosemary and Rue).
“Please don’t mistake villainy for evil.”
It seems weird to say after the major confrontation and developments of Chimes at Midnight, but THIS is is the story that the series has been leading to since the very beginning. I gushed in the previous review about how masterfully McGuire had built and layered the story across the series, and if possible it pays off even more here. There are a number of shocking yet logical twists that are done to perfection for maximum impact. I’ve been waiting a long time for a lot of the issues that are addressed in this book to come up, and it all comes together wonderfully.
Nothing further to say really, especially since I want to avoid all the potential for spoiling this suspenseful, excellently executed tale.