Ethan has always wanted to get out of Gatlin, the old never-changing town he grew up in. He finds out that there was a hidden world underneath his own from a girl named Lena Duchannes, a caster with powers.
After Ethan wakes up from the Eighteenth Moon, he has only one goal in mind: to come back to his life and to the people he loves. (Spoilers ahead)
This book was the most depressing book out of all the Caster Chronicles books. But, it was a great finale to a great series.
The characters were amazing. I loved how we got to see Lena narrate for some of the book. You never really knew what she was thinking about and we get to know her a little better.
My favorite part of the book was when Link killed Abraham. I thought his death would be more epic but I found it funny he got defeated by garden shears. By killing Abraham, it gives Link more of a role.
Sure, he’s Ethan’s best friend and tries to be with Ridley but to me, he didn’t seem very…important. He was just there. Link ended up being my favorite character in this book.
The ending was the most saddest part to me. I thought Ethan was going to live happily ever after with Amma and Lena. But no. Amma had to die.
I didn’t really realize how much I loved Amma until she was gone. I liked her with the crossword puzzles and Red Hots. She was also my favorite character in this book.
This was a great book and I would totally give it 5 stars.