This entry impressed me in ways I don't think the first one ever did, while also having about as many new problems. But I feel like the struggle between needing something improbable to believe in and needing to seek the truth at all costs, while not explored as much as I may have liked, is more of a glue for many other stories about trauma and isolation and generally just being able to survive even if parts of your life seem terrible, all of which blew me away at their biggest story beats. And I totally buy the main romance, which in other stories feel corny and forced to me but was really allowed to breathe and wrestle with the will-they-wont-they in this book.
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