I saw a lot of Young Adult fiction reviewers stating that this was one of their favourite series. I had just finished the ACOTAR Series and I was sure that nothing would even come close to my love for those books, but this series found its mark. This book has excellently written characters and environments, a well-developed fantasy world (with the helpful ability to draw from a modern reality), and twists and turns that no one (NO ONE) could anticipate. I got the ebook and highlighted so many passages that talked about the dynamic Jude (the protagonist) has with her foster father because its such potent writing and the emotion it evokes is something I haven't read about in this way. This book is about family, fitting in, and flaws and it weaves them so integrally with the plot and the character's journeys that you can't take one away from the other. I've been in awe since I closed the book.