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Caszandra by Andrea K. Höst
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While a satisfying conclusion, I dropped a star on this one as opposed to how I rated the other books in the series. There were a few times I wanted to reach through the electronic page and shake Cass & tell her to ask about this, or demand that, or tell so-and-so to do the anatomically impossible. And there were a couple of places I really wanted more explanation of some things between Cass & Kaoren Ruuel and was surprised she never mentioned some of these things to him (such as him keeping the paper crane she had given him that she created in a dream). In her shoes, I'd've been all over that subject ad nauseum. I had to keep reminding myself I didn't write this book, and that Cass's actions - or non-action, as it was in many cases - is pretty much true to her character.

Overall, even though it pinged off in a totally different direction than I expected, a very enjoyable conclusion to the series.
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