I tried to avoid spoilers, but a few things from reviews I'd read had me nervous. I shouldn't have worried, as none of them were issues for me. Not even the dreaded "cliffhanger" at the end; I was okay with it ending where it did, just so long as I know another installment is coming eventually. I think that was a great pausing place, actually. I'm really looking forward to the next book, but I'm not going to be annoyed while waiting for it.I wanted to hit Will several times (especially with the amnesia plotline which felt a little author-manipulative, though it sorta helped when they agreed they thought it was something that only happened in th movies), but explanations for why he behaved as he did made sense to me and seemed to have internal consistency. Contrary to what others have said, I actually kinda like David and am rooting for him to get his own story one of these days. And Taylor? I always really liked him, but with this book I think I've fallen in love with him.