Good book. Tormenting at times with her always at the school and not in the action. The distance between them must of been hard. Putting Luce in the new school to protect her really added to the plot, because not only did it not make much of a difference because it seems like danger follows her around everywhere, but being at this new ‘special’ boarding school allowed for her to learn new abilities, or manifest the ability to capture the ‘blobs’ or ‘shadows’ and travel with them. This therefore causing more harm then good. Luce is once again an outcast within the school and has very few people to trust. There are some which she can and some which are very conspicuous….at times. The amount of enemies which Luce acquires also expands and then leads to the big fight in the end. However, the battle a the end of the book, and who does….or should I say; does not die, is not the shocking part. The shocking part is what Luce does with one of the ‘blobs’. She finally learns how to control them and uses them to understand her and Daniel past, however, it could be very dangerous for her. When reading the end of the book when Luce commits this act, it is very frustrating, because, you just want to reach into the book, shake her and scream at her to just trust Daniel, but nooo, she has to go and be all stubborn. In the end, it was a good book, with nice twists and good additions to the plot.