I also think this book suffers in some ways from being the series’s Empire Strikes Back. Geist was more a stand-alone novel, and Spectyr set up what’s going on in Wrayth. But Wrayth is clearly a ramp-up to the showdown with the true Big Bad (who, by the way, I was most emphatically not expecting when s/he was revealed), and once I realized that, I think in some ways it negatively impacted my enjoyment of the story.
- I'm smiling. It's a red-letter day.Sleepy puppy. #dogsofinstagramSomeone fell asleep on my leg. #dogsofinstagramToday I hit a milestone in the life of every dog owner: the first time I had to pick up a fresh poop (with a baggie) while on a long walk with my dog. It was exactly as gross as it sounds. #dogsofinstagramMy pupper did a heckin good sploot last night. #dogsofinstagram #splootPuppy dreams. #dogsofinstagram #adoptdontshop #letsleepingdogslie