by Kimberly Derting
Violet has been drawn back into the group whose leader has threatened her family. Whether she wants to help or not, she's got to protect those she loves and she's got to follow the echoes of the dead.
Following echoes can be a little difficult now, though, since she's got an echo of her own. Ever since she accidentally killed her kidnapper while escaping, Violet has had to hear an incessant music box melody droning over and over in her head.
She's never free of it.
It never stops.
But neither do murders.
Violent deaths are everywhere and Violet can't help but try to put the dead to rest.
When someone she loves is put in danger, Violet must risk everything to protect her.
Final thoughts: Ok. That's it. I may be done with this series. Violet isn't strong anymore. Her grandmother's journals seem really convenient and solve a few problems, while also introducing new mysteries. Jay isn't as awesome; in fact, he's one-dimensional and kind of annoying. The team is barely seen except when needed. And I was just disappointed. It was just okay. It wasn't fantastic and it wasn't awful. (Btw, the official book trailer from HarperTeen doesn't really fit the book.)