I really wanted to like the end of the trilogy, because I absolutely loved the previous ones, but I found myself a little bored. The philosophical dilemmas play the first role, with little action only as an excuse for more overanalysing. I think the story building has many holes in it that weren't so prominent in the previous books. Or maybe the headache that the book managed to create made me miss some stuff. Well it doesn't really matter. The only thing left is a huge disappointment because it was one of the most highly anticipated books for me this year.