I love it and this book appealed to me more than the first instalment does. And I can say that this book is way better and more exciting to read due its unexpected twist and turns than the first book. It’s a page turner and its 288 pages are still not enough for me and I’m still aiming for more.
I feel so agitated at times to know more about the next scenes to come and it made me so excited to keep on turning on the pages. It’s hard to guess at times what could happen furthermore and sometimes it leaves me into an intersection of questions of where could the story take me. And I also love the time travelling part, especially when Tamsin travelled back in the Victorian era. It compromises trilling, suspense and action scenes that also piqued my attention.
Tamsin had been a lovable character in the first book, but in this instalment I got to know her more and see that she’d come to be matured enough to realize the answers to all the questions that have been bugging her. I’ve been able to dig more to know the side of the antagonists and I’m happy to finally be enlighten how crook they are.
I truly enjoyed reading this book and I hope there could be more to the series because I really am in love with the series.