My main thought after reading this is that it was complicated too deliberately. I did like that it was sort of whimsical in a Monty Python way.
That said, Twig, one of the MCs is really pretty unlikeable. He is, purposefully or not, very wishy-washy. At a couple of points I just wanted to smack him and tell him to grow a set.
I don't know if he was intended to be this bad or not. Either way I found him pretty much a waste of space.
That was also part of my concern, in that he didn't really have much of an individual identity. Again, just sort of a place holder in the book.
I'm not sure about the next book as I don't feel the characters are worth the time.