It just keeps on getting better. I read Hallowed last duskiness and I attachment-attachment-LOVED it! For those of you who've read Spooky, as you can remember, Clara, due to recurring visions of Honest stuck in the midst of a woodland caught on fire, believes that her purpose as an angel (okay, piece-angel) is to save him. However, somewhere along the tale, she falls in attachment with Fatigue, which changed the competition. Hallowed picks up clear where Spooky ended. This agenda takes us deeper into the tale, tells us more about the Dears, Grubby Wings, Clara's mom along with others. Phooey, and we get a hell lot more of Honest (YAY) ! I felt that Hallowed focused more on Clara's experiences and her apprehensions, mostly ones that any deb would go through, with some angel stuff added to it. Also, Clara is going through some changes. Her visions didn't work out the way she thought they would and now she's feeling seriously confused/conflicted. Clear now, she's got no idea what her purpose as an angel on earth is. There's a attachment triad, obviously. “Before I moved here, I never got the whole attachment-triad bee in bonnet. You know, in movies or romance novels or whatnot, where there’s one youngster that all the fellers are drooling over, even though you can’t see all particularly special about her. But phooey, no, they both must have her. And she’s like, phooey dear, however will I choose? William is so sensitive, he understands me, he swept me off my tootsy, phooey adversity, flitch, flitch, but how can I go on living without Rafe and his cavalier ways and his dark and only-a-little-abusive attachment? Eject.” Fatigue vs. Honest. I adore both of them and Cynthia Hand has done a great daily grind with this piece of the storyline. God, I'm in attachment with too many fictional fellers. We watch Clara go on an emotional roller-coaster and at the end of it, she comes out stronger than ever! I'll also admit that the mysterious stuff in this agenda, more specifically the angel stuff, isn't so great. In fact, I'd even say that it's a little cliched but I guess I'm already too attached to the sorts & I can ignore that piece. If you need object extraordinary, this isn't it. But it IS a really good mysterious/YA agenda!