James is still less grown up than his little sister.,
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This isn't as enjoyable as the other books in my opinion, I feel it was disjointed, and I found the characters more obnoxious than usual. Each book I keep hoping James will improve his attitude and become a bit more mature. In this one he seemed worse.
Which of course isn't a problem, we don't have to like him, and there are plenty of mice characters, it just seems he doesn't see any consequences for being horrible about girls and women, and in this story, he is quite amoral as well.
Still like all the books it does race along. I will give the next one a try and see if it has some batter ideas. Shame as the previous book, with the plane crash, was amazing.