It's dystopian, which I'm kind of getting a little tiny bit tired of. It just takes a lot out of me to put myself in these violent, desolate worlds. But Saba was just the character to get me to go willingly back into that world. She was so cranky, so prideful, so angry. But determined, loyal and strong as well. A thrilling plot that didn't slow down, great relationships that did not fit tired, overused molds. Nicely wrapped up at the end of the book, but with a big opening for more to come from this talented, new author.