descends like ravens, large enough to block the glow of the streetlights. A dull
roar starts like a train on the 'L', a far-away rumbling that grows louder as it
pulls closer, until it's directly overhead and you feel it in your chest, except
this doesn't pass you by. Verity, white-faced and eyes blazing, shouts through
the din, "Run, Mo!"
I can't even begin to express how much I loved this
book. It has everything that makes a great book - suspense, romance, and tons of
twists and turns that'll have even the most finicky reader hooked. I adored the
main character Mo because she was so quirky which is what made her likable and
real. I was disappointed when the book was over and I am eager to read the next
book in by this series.