Oh, my favorite of the trilogy. Celia and Anthony were fleshed out, realistic, and UNIQUE characters. They had depth that was not depicted in their appearances in the previous books, but said depth did not contradict how they were presented previously (I love when authors successfully do that!). I loved that Anthony consistently was so concerned with making Celia laugh (even when he was bleeding and in pain!) and how that didn't change as the years passed, and how Celia's depression was presented realistically and non-trivially. What I loved most was that the two seemed actually suited for one another, and that they fell in love not because they just happened to be the protagonists in the same book, but because they were truly good for one another: their love wasn't accidental or machinated, but something that felt organic.