I really liked the first book in this series, "The Raven Boys," but the perspective changes in this book really threw me off for some reason. I can't recommend it.
This book wasn't super fantastic the first time I read it, but I keep seeing it when I browse books and thinking, "yeah, I could totally read this book again." So apparently something in it is fabulous. It's also funny, and has an interesting premise, and stuff. So read it?
Really good. Love Actually came out before my time, but I liked this movie better. It was sweet and warm and fuzzy. I'm not sure what happened that merited the R rating.
This book has a fantastically intriguing first sentence that doesn't get resolved until the end of the book, when you are enchanted with the rest of the plot anyway.
This book falls right into my favorite micro-genre. Fans of Jane Austen and fantasy, prepare to fall in love with a new series.