I don't normally read this style (1st person narrative), but I rather enjoyed the way it was written. The struggles of the main character, as experienced through her point of view, are well done. The dialogue in the story is good, though the pace of the over all book does seem to drag a bit in places. I loved the uncommon relationship between Evania and Daniel. There was a point in the book, when Desmond reveals his true origin where I almost threw the book down with a heavy *sigh* and a "yet another _____ book..." groan, but I picked it back up and continued reading it. I hate leaving books unfinished. Overall, the story and characters are enjoyable, and there are certainly some unique aspects to to the book.