Alright, so I loved The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, so I had to continue on with the series. obviously. Well, holy crap! I’m so glad I read this finally. It’s even better than the first book for me. I don’t know how Michelle Hodkin does it, but she just has this way of grabbing me and pulling me into the story. I can’t believe how fast I read this because as far as young adult books go, it’s a long one at almost 550 pages. 550 pages of awesomeness though! It’s even creepier than the first books and half the time I though Mara really was crazy. Who knows, maybe she still is. And I may be getting a little ahead of myself but the ending O-M-G! I pretty much needed the next book right away, unfortunately it’s not out until October (it seems like everything I’m waiting on is in October).Regardless, this is a series that’s amazing. You have no idea what to think while reading about Mara. Is she crazy, or is something else going on? This book is full of flashbacks that seem to be of her grandmother, who apparently also had issues. Then Noah is still around and crazy for Mara. He seems to be the only one who believes Mara and even goes so far as to get himself committed with her. Yeah, she gets sent off to the crazy house.Nothing I can say will give this book justice, so if you like creepy with a side of romance, you should definitely check out this series. Really, it’s that good! I will anxiously be awaiting the third book, The Retribution of Mara Dyer, in October. I can’t wait and have happily already converted one friend into a Mara fan. I’m still freaking out over the end, I need to know what happened next! It was just too much!