Skimmed the last 25%
It started out promising but then it crashed, hard and fast, and somehow just kept getting worse. This book is like that awkward kid who tries too hard to fit in with the cool kids: cringe-worthy and embarrassing. I can see what it was trying to do, but to say it's been done better before is putting it mildly. I don't even know where to start with this one, so list!
These women are awful. The writing here is somehow both banal and gross. If this is what Lackey's idea of woman empowerment, I'll pass. Next time I want to see two women with a sacred bond righting wrongs and signing songs, I'll watch Xena.
This review includes a lot more of the issues I had with this book, but didn't have the energy to include in my review. Warning for spoilers.