I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Kate's last hurrah. There's really not much I can say about it that wouldn't spoil some aspect of the story. It was an outstanding story, and I'm sitting here trying to come up with something, anything to pick apart, and all I've got is a microscopic disappointment
I found the Kate's ultimate solution clever; perhaps I should have seen it coming, but I'm glad I didn't. Clever not only in the fictional sense; Kate and Curren's story has been neatly and happily ended, but the Andrews' left themselves a back door. Just in case. I sort of hope they never use it. As much as I adore this series - and I will miss it - the story arc was perfectly crafted and perfectly ended. Resurrecting it would risk feeling exploitative.
Not much of a review, really, but while I could talk for some time about this book, the events, the characters, it could only ruin a great story for those that haven't yet read it. For Kate fans, all I can say is: it's excellent.
I read this for the Spellbound square in Halloween Bingo.