Top critical review
still plodding along
Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2021
Someone is attacking Wooly, cousins are popping up, and girl time with Amelie is not as rosy as Grier had always imagined. Linus is the only constant, allowing Grier to fill her own shoes, but no one else bothers to offer the same courtesy.
Here's what I didn't like: most of this feels like every day occurrences, and Grier is hardly standing on her own. She goes from one dude for support to the next. And while I am glad Boaz and Amelie are on her naughty list, it all felt everything culminated at the end of the book. It could have been more balanced, and because it wasn't, the plot continues to plod along.
Here's what I liked: this is a character driven story and I think mostly, these characters are fun and interesting to read about. I never liked the Pritchard Siblings anyway.