Published April 2, 2013 by Houghton Mifflin Books for Children
Like the first book, the writing is dark and depressing, yet compelling. I couldn't put it down, but I had to to preserve my sanity. The bad guy was truly bad - so bad that it was slightly unbelievable. And the end of his story was unsatisfying. I wish there had been more to it.
I will probably read this last book in this series, which I assume will follow a different character than the first two books.