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Better than book no. 1,
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I liked this book better than "Spiral Hunt". It was better written, tighter and tenser. So, if this is the way it continues, Margaret Ronald has made a permanent fan of me.
Evie is, like a lot of heroines/heroes, a conflicted personality. In bringing down the Fiana she has unwittingly made herself a player to be reckoned with on the field of "the differently gifted". People keep on expecting her to come up with the answer of what to do now that there is no organization ruling the magic workers in Boston.
In addition, she is hired to find a stolen inheritance. Something is off about this job, but Evie can't figure out exactly what that is.
Nate from the last book is a central part of this book as well. Something is going on with him as well, and Evie can't figure out how she fits into it all.
I'd say those were the main plots in the book. There is probably a moral as well - along the lines of "let there be peace", but most of all it's a great read to me. Enjoy