Wow. What a letdown. Even though I had qualms with each of the first two books of this trilogy, I wanted to continue reading to the end. But the end volume is a hot mess. Too long, overwritten in places, dragging in places (lots of places), convoluted storytelling, characters that seemed interchangeable and not worth caring about. So disappointing for a trilogy that seemed so smart and interesting in the first installment.
And just sloppy in places. Sometimes there would be a line that would seem beautifully written, like: "Lowry isn't your direct boss, is more like slant rhyme, not there are the end of things but still in control." Love that line--slant rhyme as metaphor, brilliant!
But too often there were things like, in describing a piece of dialogue, this: "She said in a skeptical, doubting voice." Redundant much?
So, a grave disappointment overall, although I would say for anyone curious, read the first book. That one was fun. Then stop.