This book was definitely interesting, though I felt that the ending was a cheap cliffhanger. I don't actually like books like that - I prefer ones that semi-wrap things up but still leave you wondering/wanting more. Not with so many things left unanswered that the author's practically guaranteed a read just because you dislike unanswered questions. The action in this felt heavily paced towards the second half of the book, but that's like a lot of action/horror movies. The concept is interesting - one I haven't seen in any of the modern books, so that was nice. I don't feel as invested in Benson as I should, though, and I felt some of the relationships were sacrificed in favour of action and fighting.