So having spent most of my life obsessively watching Friends, I knew a lot of the spoilers to this book. I was very pleased however, to find that even knowing the endings, I still wanted to know what happened next, and developed an attachment to each character. I also enjoy that in it's old world story telling, there are numerous moral lessons that are learned. (Little Women- Louisa May Alcott)
Opinion: This book had its moments. There were times I felt the book was just a bunch of words and it couldn't keep my attention, but it was those "moments" that kept me reading anyway. My favorite part by far was on page 277 when Dede lies about her true identity and claims to be Minerva, the most wanted. My mom says my mouth literally dropped. I that moment of courage was fleeting, but it was there. These are the moments I kept reading for.