What an excellent conclusion to an utterly wonderful series. Rose takes center stage, as she so frequently does -- she's eleven now, and feeling left behind by the rest of her family. McKay, as always, perfectly balanced humor and geniune emotion, and the result is a pitch-perfect end to an almost flawless series. If you like realistic fiction about kooky families (or, honestly, even if you don't, because this is THAT good), read this series. Read it now!
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