This is a tale of a small town, Indigo Springs, and the residents who discover magic, deal with demented social guardians, a frightened government and displaced native Americans.
This is the sequel to Indigo Springs. I was not overly thrilled with Indigo Springs. I didn’t find the characters likeable, not even those who might conceivably be called the “good guys”. Astrid, the main protagonist, and Will, who occupies a some what distant co-star role, become more likeable in this book.
In my mind, the premise of status quo strongly resisting change is the bedrock of the novel. Analytically both sides of the equation are bat dung nuts! Overreaction seems to be a knee jerk response throughout the book. There was a lot more action and interesting developments in this sequel.
I enjoyed the book.
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