Now that I've finally finished the Night Angel Trilogy, I'm going to review it more as a series than just individual books. Overall, this series was just lukewarm for me.
What I liked:
I loved the world building. There was so much political intrigue, intricate plots lines, and unexpected twists that went in every direction. Each character was significant in some shape or form, and each character was connected to each other in some important, but not so obvious way.
What I didn't like:
These books are obsessed with sex, but not in the way you might think. I absolutely hated hated hated how almost every single woman was somehow involved in the sex industry. At least Mr. Weeks isn't partial towards woman, because men were also involved in prostitution, or if they weren't, they were portrayed as some sort of creepy pervert looking to victimize young women. It's utterly ludicrous, and it was like that in all three books.
While Mr. Weeks is an inventive world building, he is absolutely horrible at explaining his world to his reader. His books are brimming with names, places, events, and tons of other things that are important to the plot, yet he fails to explain how. Therefore, as a reader, we are forced to piece everything together ourselves. It's incredibly frustrating! All Weeks would've had to do was provide some backstory. That's it. Yet there is hardly any, especially when it comes to his world's magic system.
Half way through the third book I became so frustrated that I just skipped to the end. I like how the series ended. I found Elene to be the most boring, goody-two-shoes character in the history of characters, so I was happy at the exit Weeks gave her. While I found Vi painfully obnoxious in the first book, her transformation and the growth in the last two really redeemed her as a character. I was rooting for her relationship with Kylar to grow into something interesting at the end of the second book.
Overall, I found this series more frustrating to read than I got enjoyment out of reading it. Three stars.