2.5 starsI read the first book a while ago and have been meaning to read the second ever since. But with the first a 3-star read, I wasn't hyper-motivated, so Bingo was the perfect catalyst to get me to finally read it.I mostly enjoyed it, and I laughed a fair bit. But there was too much that happened way too quickly and conveniently at the end, and my suspended disbelief collapsed. As if that weren't bad enough, it ended with one of my pet peeves: an epilogue that does nothing but set up for the sequel. Grrrrr, I hate that!I think this was probably still a 3 star book until the epilogue, even with the collapsed disbelief at the end. But because I was already kind of annoyed, the epilogue was the last straw and knocked my rating down half a star.