*spoiler warning!!* *spoiler warning!!*This book.... Woah. It was just so, so different then I expected. Based on the back-cover blurb, I really wasn't expecting this, wasn't expecting such a... supernatural type of thing.A lot of the first two chapters are spent explaining the many, many ways that the Ruby is like this amazing goddess or whatever, how everyone wants to be around her and make her happy and talk to her, how she has this almost-magical hold over Chloe, can make Chloe believe anything and believe that she can do anything, just because Ruby said.... And it's all just too much. I got frustrated with the Ruby stuff very very early on. It was very, *very* confusing when Chloe first finds out that London is alive. Especially because London, and everyone else, acted like nothing had happened, like they had no clue that London was *supposed to be dead*. In fact, I was confused for the majority of this book, so many "what the heck?" and "how on earth" and "what is happening?!" things going on at once... I admit to wondering if London was a zombie or similar. I think it was obvious very early on that Olive, the city beneath the reservoir, was somehow connected to London being back. But I never, ever would've guessed what *really* happened the night she died... How it was actually supposed to be Chloe that died, and Ruby somehow sacrificed London instead, so that Chloe would live. Wow!This entire book was just so, so confusing... I think it's a very interesting plot, a very *strange* but interesting story, but it was just so hard for me to follow. All of the stories and warnings about Olive, trying to puzzle together if Olive was actually real, and what part it played in the whole London thing... And trying to understand the London thing, why is she there, why is she alive but seemingly not human, so different and dazed, why does Ruby seem to know so much about London but won't even talk about it? I like mystery books in general, but when there's an overwhelming amount of weirdness and questions with no clue as to the answers, for a good portion of the book... It just frustrated me.The ending... I must admit, at first I completely thought that Ruby had given up, that she was going to give Chloe back to Olive, that Chloe was going to have to die for things to be set right. I definitely didn't expect for Ruby to sacrifice herself. I think the ending was very sad. London became real, no longer tied to Olive or the reservoir... but she didn't appreciate it and became wild and destructive. And Chloe, poor Chloe, sitting down by the reservoir each night waiting and hoping to see Ruby. So sad.