I'm not sure I liked this one as much as the first one. I still enjoyed the story, but at times Alona's childishness got to me. But, I do have to say, that she learns her lessons so I do look forward to continuing with the third book.
I really like Will and I felt bad for him through this book. He still does act like a kid sometimes. And when he thinks he has a way to get answers about himself and his dad, things just don't seem right as much as he may want them to. But not everything is going bad for him. He does seem to have an easier time of things having his ghost guardian.
This series is interesting and I do look forward to the next one. The only thing I'm hoping for is for Alona to start growing as a character. The first book was okay, since she was transitioning, but in this one I started to resent her just a little bit. Hopefully in the next we see some growth.