Jaz Parks here. I. Am. Pissed.
Just as Vayl and I arrive in Morocco to secure an ancient artifact, he wakes up calling me by another woman's name. And it's not even a good one. But since any form of argument transforms him into an unholy terror, I'm forced to play along until the gang and I can figure out what kind of power has so vastly altered his perceptions.
So it's time for me to do what any well-trained assassin in my position might do. I attack. What follows is a hair-raising, breath-taking bullet train ride to the finish as the crew battles on multiple fronts. I now know what I have to do - I must return to hell one last time.
What I thought:
I had a hard time getting through this. I loved the story completely but knowing this and the last Jaz book are the last books I will ever read by Jennifer saddens me. I love her writing and I think she had amazing talent. But this is a series I treasure. It is a wonderful story and I'm glad I have gotten to know her characters and grown to love them as I do.
The story itself was great. I felt the sadness and anger that Jaz felt when Vayl fell victim to the curse. And I rejoiced with her when it was broken. It all comes down to the final book next and I can't wait to see how everything plays out. I want to know how things turn out for the Trust and see how the final show down goes. My hats off to Rardin.