Top critical review
still fun, but dragging on a bit
on 11 March 2013
I've officially decided that this is one of those series that might never end. There will always be one more adventure for Mack. I'm a little peeved about that, starting to feel a little strung along. Be that as it may, I enjoyed the book. Perhaps not as much as the first two. Focusing as this one does on Mack's experience in the school it has a bit more of a Harry Potter feel to it and the series seems to have lost a little of it's earlier focus. Mack is still a smart mouthed, hot head. Corrigan is still a sexy shifter. Alex is still funny and Solus is...well, still Solus. Of all the new characters I like Thomas the best, though I don't think he grovels anywhere near enough for his initial misdeed and his personality takes about a 180 from his first meeting with Mack to his subsequent meetings. There's a fairly big reveal in this storyline, but it still ends completely open for the next book, Blood Politics (which is apparently due out later this year). I enjoy the experience of reading the Blood Destiny books, but with no conclusion in sight I don't know that I'll be running out for more.