I can't believe this saga has finally come to an end. I had a bit of a roller-coaster ride with this series, but I'm so glad that it ended on a really strong, high note for me.
The Holmes/Watson relationship was a quirky one from jump, and I applaud Cavallaro's ability to have it evolve and grow. I LOVED that this novel focused on mishaps and murder in the theater department of Oxford's summer program; a setting tailor-made for this girl.
The story-telling in this installment was fresh, yet continued where we had left off. It didn't go schmaltzy (which I feared it might), and gave readers an ending that felt earned.
Now can Leander get a spin-off series? :)