I enjoyed this book, but not quite as much as the previous two of the trilogy. Some relationships and/or dialogues between characters that I treasured from past books were not incorporated into the book or were very minimal at best. I did however enjoy (in part) the dynamics of the star team that is predominant in this book. I especially liked how on several occasions when things came up, like finding food hidden in an apartment, elicited distinctly different perspectives and feeling for the team members depending on where they were originally brought up.Some of my minimal dislike may have been due to listening to this book in audio format over a longer span of time inconsistently. I also forgot to pause it a few time when taking off my ear buds so had to rewind several times.I look forward to seeing the movie of the first book and hope they will make videos of the rest of the series in the future.