(Received from Netgalley for review.)
The previous volume had started to feel like there was too much going on. Too many storylines, too many characters, to many subplots and little details and stuff. By the end of this volume, there’s still a lot going on, but it feels more manageable somehow. And I’m starting to feel more secure that Seeley really does know where he’s going with this, that he has a definite plan on how to get there, and that things can now start to wind down without expanding any further. Maybe you have to have already been through at least one franchise that lost it’s way and meandered for an eternity (helloooooo X-Files I still love you) to understand what a relief that is.