Throughout the second half of this series, Georgina became less of a protagonist. Rather than taking control of the situation, driving the plot through her actions, she tended to sit back and react. Worse, she even waited to be rescued a few times. Considering how much Rose in Vampire Academy drove the story and saved, not only her life but often the lives of people around her, it was a surprise that Richelle Mead had written such a weak character.Also, it was really obvious how it was all going to be wrapped up, hinted at right from the first book, so throughout the last one it was case of how it was going to play out, not what the big revelation was going to be. I'd also lost interest in Seth and didn't really believe the big true-love-forever thing they had going, because they'd both done some pretty horrid things to each other, and to other people.All books in the series were an easy, quick read which is why I haven't completely savaged it. It just wasn't earth shattering and I doubt I'll be re-reading it at any point in the future.