The End of the Beginning doesn’t really provide either an end or a beginning. Instead we are served a cliffhanger and no answers. I hate it when a book or in this case a season cannot stand on its own but instead the reader is forced into continuing just in order to get some of the answers.
Inez’s point of view is a bit tiring at this point, as I can’t seem to like her. There is also some last minute death that didn’t make a lot of sense either. Rather disappointing conclusion from a series that by times was really nice and for the most has been a fun, quick read. I’ve dedicated to reading the second season, so I hope the story will pick up again.