I enjoyed this book many times more than the first. It feels as though the author has finally came in to her own in regards to the characters and the storyline with this book, and now I’m looking forward to the next (City of Glass
, due out March 24th). The same things I enjoyed from the first held over – the setting and most of the characters – but in this book, there was more action and certainly more skillful storytelling. Granted, it’s still derivative, a little predictable, and I already have a feeling I know how City of Glass
will go, but there were plenty of interesting bits and minor twists to keep me interested.