Here Today, Gone Tomorrow — Marilyn Kaye
There is nothing really special about the story and the predicament thereof, but it was rather interesting than its predecessor—the cliffhanger ending proved otherwise; it was an unexpected redemption to the seemingly weak, mundane, and boring storyline that the first two books has already established. Moreover, being a keen spelling spectator myself, I noticed that the antagonist’s name was spelled differently at least once. Instead of Clare, it was spelled Claire. Oh well, a measly blunder to even criticize.
I would’ve given up on this after the two books but gladly I didn’t. I want to see Clare better fleshed out with my ongoing readings and I’m greatly bugged about her real intentions towards the Gifted class. Will find out soon!