Absolutely. I think I missed a few nuances the first time around.
The humor. Kevin Hearne is a funny, funny, funny guy. The glimpse into Navajo traditions was interesting too.
Oberon. Amazing character - and Luke just nails it!
Never Trust a Trickster God.
This book felt very much like a "bridge" story. The end of the last one, Hammered, was kind of epic, and you knew there were going to be some drastic changes in Atticus' life. Those changes aren't manifested in this book as much as I thought they would be; rather, this felt more like a setup for the next phase in Atticus' very long life - and in the lives of Granuaile and Oberon. That didn't make it any less enjoyable; rather, I'm glad Kevin didn't try to top the "epicness" of the last one. There's a teaser at the end of the book for the next one in the series, due out in seven months (squeeee!), and that teaser confirmed my suspicion. No spoilers, but it's COOL. @kevinhearne, you're my hero :-)
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