Here you leave today
And enter the world
Of yesterday, tomorrow
I hoped for so much with this book and got rather little in return. Luce is still rather lukewarm personality wise, there's nothing to her, one minute she's pining over Daniel the next she's raging because he's still keeping secrets. And Daniels just as broody as ever. Speaking of, for someone who is hardly in this book he has to be more annoying than Luce. He is so self absorbed, be of use to the poor stupid girl.
Thanks to the first book I felt rather on guard whenever anyone new was introduced and didn't trust anyone in case they turned on her, which I suppose is a good thing, it kept me guessing about everyone. But there wasn't any real sense of danger, Daniels put her into hiding to protect her but it doesn't feel like there's anything to be scared off. A few incidents happen but it doesn't seem to be a big deal.
The book is quite slow paced, with anything of interest taking place every so often, then suddenly everything is happening at the end.