I'm at a loss as how to rate this book. I struggled with it in the beginning, but continued to read, hoping there would be a redeeming factor. As always in Kiersten's books, there's multiple things going on. The chapters alternate between dreams/what's actually happening and there's an Egyptian history lesson [I'm guessing they're accurate, but I don't know] before each non-dream chapter. It's just....a lot. I didn't care for Isadora for most of the book. She's very whiny and sort of mean. I LOVED Tyler and Scott and [of course] Ry. Once the "action" part of the book started happening, I was interested in where it was going, but that was only the last 30 pages or so. I was planning on rating it 2.5 stars, but the last bit of swoons and awesomesauce from Ry made me bump it up.