I equate this book to a television show you catch on a Saturday afternoon while flipping through the channels. You have no idea what's going on, but you watch anyway just to see what happens. Then it ends and you're interested in it enough to find out when it really comes on so you can watch the next episode.
I liked Kate. She was cool. I wasn't too thrilled about what happened between her and Crest. I don't blame her because he seemed too random to not have on ones radar as someone not to trust. But that was the point the real villain was trying to demonstrate; throw us off radar so we run around in circles trying to figure it all out. It's still too bad Crest is out of the picture.
OOOO! I wonder if he comes back with a vengeance. Now that would be cool! I would be so Team Crest if that happened!
Then there's Curran. I knew what was up with him right off the back. Well that and the fact he's kind of on the cover.
I called a friend mid way through the book and yelled at her about him. I asked her why Curran didn't just do Kate and get it over with. She laughed at me and then hung up.
In an odd twist of fate, I have the rest of the series and am interested in reading the next book soon to see what happens.