The Squeaky Dance

Marked In Flesh - Anne Bishop
I'll always love this series for how unique and unapologetic the world, and The Others, are. We definitely got more of that in this installment, even getting our first glimpses of the Elders that Simon has talked about over the course of the series. They were terrifying.

The only issue I had with this installment is that there are so many different POV's we're following now, we're getting less and less time with Simon and Meg. For me, Simon and Meg and the developing relationship between them is the driving force of the series. Unfortunately there wasn't a whole lot of that.

There was the end... the end did have a pretty major change. Hopefully in book 5 there's more of that. :)

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