Fourth Comings was a totally different book than the first three in the series. For starters, the book was a massively long letter, written in journal style. The book is in two sections (journal one and journal two) and takes place over a week in September. Personally, I just found it amazing that Jessica Darling could write that MUCH in such a short period of time. *looks longingly at journal that hasn't been touched in MONTHS* I won't tell you to whom, or why she was writing the letter (because that would be a massive spoiler) but I will tell you this: the book ended the way that I hoped it would.
I'm looking forward to reading the fifth, and final, installment of the series. I'm a fan of series that actually come to an end, rather than dragging on indefinitely. So I'm excited to see how McCafferty brings the series to a close.