Problems on Every FrontThe girls have barely recovered from their adventure in Arkhanta when they suddenly find themselves facing an Astral Drop revolution! How can the Guardians stop their doubles from wreaking havoc in their lives, though, when the Astral Drops know exactly where to strike the Guardians to turn their lives upside down???
- Can't wait for the next books. Few notes:- I really dislike the oracle- going to miss Yua. She was an interessting character - I love Peter, he's the cutest. And I do ship Peter/Cornelia more than Caleb/Cornelia
- This book has a lot of focuse on humanity, which I really apreciate. Not just in humans, but everyone.There's a lot of things here I didn't understand when I was a teen, but can see and understand now.I remember finding the Astral Drop—story arc really interesting when I read it the first time around, and it still was!My only problem with it is the trope it is built on: mis—communication. It is my most hates trope ever
- Review follows soon
- Ari's story finally gets wrapped up here, and we briefly get an interesting display of humanity from the banshee, which I wish had been explored further. But really, this story arc was never about Ari or the banshee, it was about Orube, who has become quite a fun new addition to the team. She has no family ties on earth, so she can deploy when the guardians are stuck at school. I'm also interested to see where the plot with her neighbor goes. The...
- The oracle is so annoying
- 3.5 stars.