, to me, is a far stronger book than Hunger
- even though Hunger
was needed to get to this point.
I didn't love
this book, especially because so much of it was just so, well, weird, but it left me buzzing with questions - mostly of the "just what of this is real?" kind. Was Orsay right? Or not? And WTF is going on with Little Pete? And just plain WTF is going on anyway?
Anyway. Things got even more desperate in this book, but there was also a whole lot of interesting character development. I liked that Astrid and Diana got some actual development in this one, instead of being just the girlfriends in the background, which they were both largely relegated to in Hunger
I have absolutely no idea what's going to happen in this series. Excellent.