I am a TJ Klune devotee.
So. Don’t read this book if you haven’t read the first two. If you have read the first two there’s no doubt about you moving on to this one. And if you’re like “But, AR, is this one of those crap author tricks to extend a series unnecessarily and create drama when all is right in the fictional-world?” i can understand your fears. Who hasn’t been burned by a late-series book where the author has clearly given up? This aint that.
In a series about family, self-confidence, fabulousness, friends, growing and finding your place in the world Klune gives us an opportunity to see Paul, Vince and Sandy comfortable in their own skin. I laugh/cried at least 3 times and cry/cried twice. i didn’t one this book to end. Given the opportunity i’d climb into this series to live. One of my favorite trilogies of all time. Here’s hoping you all find your Robo-Cop.<3