This book was so good. There could not have been a more perfect conclusion to this trilogy for me.
At the end of the second book I thought everything seemed pretty wrapped up. But this final installment took things to a whole new level.
It was interesting being able to see both Heaven and Hell in more detail in this book. It helped keep things in perspective. There were people related to each other that I definitely didn't expect to be. But it worked really well, I thought.
There isn't anything I would change about this novel other than perhaps the pacing. There were chapters where so much happened and then a few chapters in a row where nothing really happened. Everything was necessary to the story in the end, but it just seemed to me like things could have been moved around a bit to make the story flow a little more smoothly.
All in all, this was a solid angel series.