If anyone knows me they will know how much I am about to talk about this book! I mean AHHHHHHHHH! Holy crapola amazing! Riveting and never-ending explosions of plot that keep me at the edge of my seat. (And seriously, if you have not read this series, what are you waiting for GO!!!)Every time I open a book from Morganville, I fall right back into the city. I see the coffee shop, the university as well as the Glass house. What I loved about this book is that the author, Ms. Caine presents the reader with some amazing point of views. Most of the time, we are given the point of view from Claire. Not that I don't like her, she is my home-girl, but it is very interesting to see and feel what the other characters are thinking.First off Eve. WOW! To be in here shoes was like stepping on a never-ending roller coaster ride and never ever wanting to get off. I loved hearing her thoughts, feelings her emotions of the trials that her and Michael are going through. I especially loved feeling the power she has in herself. The moment when she step up to Michael and told him.....ooooh boy! I was like,"You go Girl!"Next Shane. Another one of my favorite characters who's attitude never ceases to make me snort. I loved being in his mind and seeing his thought and feelings for Claire. let me tell you ladies that his love for Claire is so pure and sweet, it makes you heart beat faster. They he saw them together in their future, in a future that is just hope made me want to cry. I admired that he saw something beautiful despite all the crap and wars going on in Morganville. Next, deaths. Yes there are some and no I won't say who. But I will say that I am sad to see this character go. The character is a minor one, but one that still made a big impact on the the glass gang. My final verdict, MIND BLOWN! Black Dawn features everything you want a a book. Growth in the characters, love when you least expect it and death hanging at every corner. Black Dawn surpasses the other books and sets the sights for an amazing change that is yet to happen. Never predictable and always enjoyable, Black Dawn sweeps the reader away!