This installment took the series to the next level for me. Plot finally begins developing in the form of a mysterious Bear Woman. There is much to do with character development, an area this series was somewhat lacking in previously. One of my favorite chapters is one in which each of the girls takes turn telling ghost stories, and each of their individual styles rises to the surface. I loved how everything about their storytelling was individualized, from the font to the color scheme and sentence structure.
Instead of large group schemes, some of the chapters divided the characters up into smaller groups. This also proved to be a deep dive into characters as individuals, as well as providing an interesting picture of various group dynamics. Jen, their counselor, develops more of a personality as well, as she is given more time to share her perspective throughout the story.
All in all, I left Volume 3 looking forward to the next.