House of Night is still a series that I'm somewhat surprised I'm enjoying because of its novel origins in a genre I'm not much of a fan of. Zoey's story as the expanded bookends is again well done here as we see her struggle with the position and what it all entails. And though she's young of age, we do see some growing wisdom over the course of the series so far in how she intends to handle things, though she also quickly learns that others won't go her way even as earnest as she is. Combining that with the fun and interesting historical story with someone who has definitely had a huge impact on the world, twisting it just a little with the whole House of Night aspect. It works well and makes for an engaging world to immerse yourself in. This issue continues things well and with one more to go it looks like the whole thing is a good interlude for the main story in the novels yet holds itself together well. Read Full Review
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