In the final two books of the Twilight Where Darkness Begins set, the series changes from horror to mystery with no supernatural events. When a series strays from its premise, it is clearly on the decline and needs to end. The series should have ended after #24.
There is mention of a spirit at the beginning of the story. However, I never expected the spirit to appear, and it never did. This is not a ghost story. It is a mild mystery where a living and breathing person decides to cause trouble out of vengeance. This story is not horror or anything similar to it, and the story is only slightly interesting.
The book has too many characters. I kept having to flip back towards the beginning of the story to try to recall each one. I kept getting confused. The author also randomly switches between referring to teachers by their first and last names. In one instance, a teacher is called by her first name for quite a few chapters, then the text abruptly switches to her last name with no explanation. I had no idea who was meant and was very confused.
Information is revealed in a fashion that is confusing, and it happens several times.
This book was not written well.
Like the previous book, this book has no supernatural events. This is a murder mystery and nothing else. I did not enjoy it very much.
Nancy Drew is mentioned three times during the story. On page 7, we learn that Kyle read the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books as a child. Later, Kyle is called "Nancy Drew" twice by her boyfriend.
I overall greatly enjoyed reading the Twilight Where Darkness Begins series.