by Mary E. Pearson
An odd book, I really started getting into it and then Locke would start rambling on about this or that and I would start to wander in my mind. Definitely not as good of a read as the first book. But it was a disturbing read at several points. I found myself wanting to shake Locke so many times for his complete block headed. It is possible that things could have worked out differently but the chances were always slim. He was just so determined to not see the blatant signs in front of him. I still can't believe it worked out as well as it did. I was expecting a really sad ending.