There are three kinds of people in the world: those who are alive, those who are undead, and those who can see the undead.
Honor Rochester found out she's one of the three, and it's not the one she would prefer to be.
She can accept her fate and live as is decided for her. Or not live at all.
Honor is defender of the weak, of those that can't protect themselves. It makes me sad that people like her in the world are few and far in between. She lives up to her name, despite the circumstances that she finds herself in.
Once you start the book, you are thrown into the story headfirst with Honor witnessing an event she shouldn't have been privy to. Something that only she could see. That alone outs her and has her running for her life soon afterward.
Honor questions things. She questions power and why things are done when it doesn't seem right to her. She isn't afraid to voice these questions either, an admirable quality that however does her more harm than good.
The only thing that sort of bugged me was the split views at the end. It's a matter of personal taste, but I would have liked it if we had seen those different views from the beginning of the book. It would have moved the story more smoothly towards the end we were given.
Overall I rate this 4 out of 5 Platypires!