Let’s just say, I am all team Maxon, and this book made me go for Maxon even more. Maxon!
God, Aspen is urgh, blergh. He broke up with America, but for some reason still thinks she is HIS girl. No she isn’t boy, no she isn’t. You know you broke up with her at the beginning??? Did you forget all about that?
And oh wow, her face looks that way, omg omg she loves me! Wait what? Sure you know her and all, but deducting from such a small thing that someone loves you? Um, no.
I always disliked Aspen. I felt that he was just distracting her from the game/Maxon. I am sure if he wasn’t around America would go for Maxon more, now she is wavering between two guys, and really needs to pick. I really hate that Aspen does that to her.
I do liked the fact we saw more of the staff, maids and the underbelly of the castle and how things go there. Aspen and his conversations with America’s maids was fun and made me happy that he had such good contacts with them. And we see more of his secret money sending thing to Woodstock in here. So yeah, Aspen has a few good sides, but again, he broke up with America but he keeps going to her. He should just leave her alone.
And of course, the most important thing in this book (next to the Prince story of course). A preview to the final book in this series!!!!!
And my, oh my, it was perfect, wonderful and I was just sad when I found out it was over. 🙁 Gah, only 3 more months to go! I am not sure if I can wait that long though.
Also loved the little information, family trees, Q&A with Kiera Cass in the back. 🙂