Genre: fantasy, adventure/mystery
Length: novel (235 pages)
TBR Reviewer: Amanda
Gene Doucette has created a character with a wonderful, self-deprecating voice and the way the tale is spun is perfectly paced. All the little trailing details come together at the end of the story in a delightful way and the on-going tease of the immortal woman met briefly in the previous novel is added to in this one. With just a few glimpses of supporting characters from the first book, another interesting cast is introduced in this one, and I found the
Satyros especially intriguing. "Adam" is so likable in his humanity and many of his observations about people as a whole had me nodding and smiling as I read. Overall, I found this book to be every bit as enjoyable and mysterious as the first and hope that the series continues to be as well-written and exciting as the first two outings have been.