I don't really know what to say about this conclusion to the Splintered series ...
I have thought about it and yet, I still don't know.
Although I didn't think it possible, Alyssa still didn't make the best decisions. She was still playing two guys while trying to be a people pleaser. She wouldn't take a firm stand, and for the life of her couldn't chose. Morpheus pretty much made all the decisions and Alyssa just thought she made decisions ...
Morpheus is still my favorite. Had the series been about him, I would have totally been okay with that. Actually, now I wish it was from his POV instead of Alyssa's. Morpheus does what's right, even if his ways of doing it are strange and dangerous. Though he will never admit it, he cares for the human world, because Alyssa is a part of it, and he did help in saving the human world too. Even though he hates Jeb, he finally gained a gruding respect and together they helped heal Wonderland. Not Alyssa--Morpheus and Jeb.
It's funny, but toward the end when Alyssa was meant to do so many great and wonderful things, I felt like she had become a secondary character, because she ended up doing nothing. It was actually quite disappointing.
And the end ... I just ... it was just so ... lame.
And short. It was like, this is what happened, the end.
Um ... okay. That's all I get after investing in this series?
I love the writing, though. The descriptions are fantastic as well as haunting. A.G. Howard is definitely a talented writer. The Wonderland she created was brilliant and terrifying. If she releases new books, I won't hesitate to read them. I just had some personal issues with this story, that's all.
I give this a 3.5 out of 5!