Spectre (Zoe Martinique #2) by Phaedra Weldon
I ended up reading this book in two stages because I got busy with school. This may be the reason I didn’t enjoy the story as much as the first one. It’s still a great story, though! Zoe’s a little less quippy but the story’s a lot more serious so that’s to be expected. The mystery in Spectre is a bit more elaborate than the one in Wraith, which isn’t a bad thing. It was hard for me to follow but that’s probably because I put the book down for two weeks halfway through.
I really like that Weldon is adding a lot of depth to her supporting cast, although Daniel now feels a bit one-dimensional, since we’re provided with so much information about characters like Rhonda and Joe. I also like that the book’s problem was solved but there are still things to look forward to in the next installment (things which I will not mention since they would most definitely be spoilers).