[Note: This is the third book in the “Witching Savannah” series, but the review covers my opinion of the series as a whole.]
I always hate giving up on a book, but I just can’t take any more of this series. The protagonist never seems to learn from her mistakes and – in spite of a near perfect record over the last two books of being right anytime she says her instincts are telling her that doing something or going somewhere will be a bad idea – she never pays any attention to those instincts and keeps getting in trouble for it. And even though everyone keeps saying they won’t be keeping any more secrets, they still keep keeping secrets.
Author JD Horn does a nice job of bringing Savannah to life and comes up with some imaginative scenarios that the characters find themselves getting caught up in. His characters are well-rounded and distinct, which is nice. Their collective inability to learn from past mistakes, however, makes reading the series feel a bit like watching a hamster running in a wheel in its cage.