Was unsure what to expect but this is great. In a similar thread to the Dresden Files books while being distinctly different to be it's own story.
This book was possibly one of the best of this series. And no matter what other people say, John Glover did a wonderful job narrating it. There are minor differences from when James Marsters narrates, but different doesn't mean it's bad. Great job all.
Scott Westerfeld is fantastic at creating fantastic settings and characters and this book is no different. Once I finished this, I immediately bought the second of the series and can't wait for the third. It's awesome to see how he's incorporated history into the story for the nerd part of me.
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