The end of the book still makes me sniffly. Some of that may be the auctorial "Awww, and now the book is leaving home for school" thing, of course, but on the other hand, it may be effective.
On this readthrough, I caught a math error, a stupid science slip-up, and an editing artifact, in addition to all the fiddly sentency stuff. I wonder how many boo boos I missed?
I also took out a whole metric fuckload of ellipses, successfully defended my archaisms from the CEM, and falled in love with the characters all over again.
Also, I think I may have figured out who the POV characters for Book Two of Jacob's Ladder are. Because they are not the same as the POV characters for Book One.
I think people are going to like this one.