This book was good for me because it was the first book that I finished in quite awhile. It was entertaining and interesting. I liked the variety of perspectives the author provided, and it was never confusing because they were so distinct.
However, I think the author could have provided a little more depth for the characters or situations they were in. I think the book could have packed a much greater emotional punch if we had become as invested in the stakes as the characters were. But as it was, it was sort of like reading a newspaper article or something, where we knew that something bad was happening, but we just didn't feel it. I know the author tried, for example having Galan go to the day hospital and seeing how horrible it truly was, but it was all just a little quick.
But then again, perhaps it was just perfect, because I was able to stick with the book until the end.