If I'm being completely honest, I read it in Fall and I don't remember a thing that went on in this book other than the ending. Why is that? Because it wasn't memorable. The plot didn't move anywhere and the characters didn't progress either, if you ask me. I bet there're a lot of you who're going to disagree, but it didn't offer anything new. It definitely suffered from the sophomore syndrome (is this a real syndrome? yeah, well.. to speak human I guess what I'm saying is that it wasn't a great sequel). The potential is there, but it wasn't that good. It was just that - okay!