I like Dani. She is a good character and I'm not bothered by the fact she is underage, because her personality surely isn't. Behind the teen braggadocio, she is a complex, attractive young woman, even if she acts immature and/or over-the-top for most of the book. Sure enough, she is the victim of a lot of abuse and that, instead, bothered me a bit (particularly considering who is dealing out some of it), but it never felt gratuitous.
I'm not sure where this series is going and after the great fifth book ending, all I wanted was a satisfying wrap-up of Mac’s story. Instead of answers, this instalment only provides new plotlines which I’m not sure there was a need for at this point.
Anyway, I liked it."Rule #1 in the Universe: the crap always hits the fan. It’s the nature of crap. It’s a fan magnet."