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But yes, not in the book. It was the kind of twist that I seriously sat there and pouted. And then I stormed off and abandoned this stupid book.
I can. I know he told Val very clearly that his past is awful That one just knocked my skull off. Every time he opens his mouth, he's just a little bit more silly and unhinged and so dry you could use his wit as sandpaper.
I do feel like he's losing a grip on his sanity though, and this scares me. She's so so awesome! She kicks butt, she has insane powers, she's got inner demons that, um, would like to murder the world. She has some seriously DUMB mistakes that makes me want to slap and shake her. But it does make her more human and relatable And she's hilarious.
I thought he was annoying and dumb at first, but NO. He's incredible. He's matured a LOT since we met him, and I just really love him. I guess I don't ship him with Val so much anymore, but I really hope he finds friends and things.
I think it was cliche and stupid But Fletcher was so adorable and nice and wonderful and I can't believe she treated him like that. It did make me like Val less, tbh. It's not even a big deal. It gets like 2 chapters in the page book. I do think it's there purely to be a mockery of Twilight. And I kiiiinda hate that. It's not nice. So I really don't like Cealean and however you spell his name.
I do like her character development, though, because psychopath is always intriguing.
There is so much wrong with Nye. He's such a loser.
I ship him and Thrasher, btw. I do still get a bit messed up with the characters. I'm kind of glad some characters like Tannith and omg, I've forgotten the American's name.. But I still love these characters and I'm so enjoying their journeys and development.
That last chapter hurt.
The story is just fantastic. The book not only ends the Necromancer trilogy but also the appearance of two characters in particular are the foreshadowing of the final trilogy in the series, and they are damn good teasers for these two characters are badasses that make you want to read more of them with everything they do.
And of course the background mysteries that have been building up over the course of the entire series receive some more attention, and another new background plotline is introduced that I feel will make the final trilogy all the more gripping.
The characters really receive some development in this book. Skulduggery also get some dark in the novel, some more reveals about his past are very compelling and reveal more about the Skeleton Detective than any other novel so far.
New characters in the novel include Melancholia St.
Landy makes great strides in this novel character-wise, giving his protagonists whole new dimensions and further strengthening his already powerful background character base with welcome new additions. The action is leagues above any novel and one scene near the end exemplifies this the best.
As usual we have plenty of imaginative magical battles, physical brawls coreographed wonderfully, and the variety of enemies in this novel is much higher than any other with multiple factions involved beyond just the Necromancers and the Sanctuaries. The pacing is enjoyable as always, once again this is the longest Skulduggery book yet and that only makes it better.