I enjoyed this, but I feel like there were far too many questions raised. Questions that should have been answered but were not. So instead of actually being a book about Toby's past and answering the questions about that, it's a book that raises more questions about her history and family. That the main villain is *spoiler* just wasn't that big a deal to me. It's possible that is because I haven't read the rest of the series in a while, but I was meh. I was far more interested in the answers to the questions Toby raised as she was traversing through the plot then I was in the actual plot. Sadly, I did not get them.
That is not to say that I didn't enjoy reading this book, because I absolutely did. I just wish more had been explained before it ended.