So the latest installment of the trilogy. After the bitter disappointment of Gwen, one wonders how the author will handle his promiscuous with Gideon. Especially since it is very closed and secretive about its intentions and affiliations. Paul and Lucie have a role to play in this third volume, also closing a loop in a revelation that I did not see coming and that I found quite surprising and well found. The plot itself, that concerning the Count Saint-Germain, I was not transcended and ended strangely. I wondered when he could retrieve the blood of Gwen to be honest and so fully explain this story. Finally the character "fishy" the teacher is explained but it disappoints me somewhat. I have a bit of an impression of "all for it" with him. The secondary characters are still present and shoulders cleverly Gwen. The girl is beginning to take action and interesting initiatives ... although one wonders if it was not predestined as it has been in the past in Volume 1 ;-) In the end, this trilogy has been very pleasant to read and I'm glad I finally read and I recommend it.