2.5 - 3
Another enjoyable installment in LaFever's Theodosia Throckmorton
series, this time taking place in Egypt and with a cast of mostly new characters. It was good, but I did feel like it dragged in places and could have been tightened up a bit more.
I liked the revelations about how Theo is connected to Egyptian magic, how the Wedjadeen and Keepers are connected, and especially seeing Theo come to accept her magic as part of her and coming to terms with who she is and telling her parents. I am interested to see how the series will end.