A very solid ending to what turned out to be a thoroughly enjoyable series.
I loved a lot about this book - most of it very much, really. The ending was a little bit meh (but I suppose after that rollercoaster ride, any ending might have seemed a little weak), and there really wasn't anywhere close to enough of Macon in this book - almost odd, considering how Ethan was basically thinking more about Macon than Lena in the second one, and here he didn't even list him among the important people back home, and as I was never really invested in the Ethan/Lena romance (I know, I know, it's only the central thing in the series), that part was nice but not breathtaking...
... but it really was a cool story. And with more than plenty of stuff happening!
Anyway, I think I'll go back now and read the Dream Dark story as well, and ... that'll be it. I'm very glad I decided to take the plunge and read this, anyway.