It follows much of the same beats as the first book with an exciting ending. Tons of pop culture ref..Show More »erences, hilarious characters and thrilling action scenes. It does slow down a bit in the middle but doesn't last long.
It's a mixed back. The ending is perhaps the best part with the preceding chapters ranging from st..Show More »rong hit to just missed it. This however is a series you can't space out to or get distracted by something else. My review my have differed if I hadn't done either of those things.
There's a few chapters that present themselves as journal entries hardening back to Stoker, a few long chapters dealing with the war but they fall a bit flat.
Ramon tikaram once again gives a great read making those chapters better than they would have been had you been reading it.