This was a decent book for me. Not stellar but not terrible by any means. The world-building was incredible, actually! I really liked the idea of a “Multi-verse” and the Walkers who can travel from one world to another. The basic concept is that every choice that a person makes creates a spin-off world that shows what would have happened if the person had made a different decision. The Council of Walkers runs the show, sending Walkers on missions to fix broken worlds. If you get in trouble with the Council …
Unfortunately, after Del gets in trouble with the Council, she is suspended and refused a license. I had a hard time connecting with Del. She is a bit of a slacker; she skips class frequently and doesn’t bother listening to the rules, even if they are perfectly reasonable. I tend to lean towards do-gooder characters so this might just be personal opinion. You may very well like her!
And … the romance. It’s not exactly a secret that I am not a romance fan (there are exceptions, however!) so I can be quite picky. One thing for sure is that I really, really didn’t like the love interest Simon Lane. He ignores Del for half of the novel and then they are suddenly together. One second Del is the love of his life, the next he is furious with her.
This book ended with a cliffhanger, which made me curious about what is going to happen next. I hope there is going to be a sequel since there are plenty of unresolved questions. Overall, I enjoyed this book and I would recommend it, even if just for the incredible world-building!