I enjoyed this book even more than Volume One: The Enemy of an Enemy. It's fast-paced and scene changes are handled nicely. I like the mix of tech and magic so far in this series and am really looking forward to the next one coming out.
Nicely formatted and typo-free.
This is one of those books that I really liked but it's hard to say why. I think part of the reason is that most of the book is focused on the characters and their interactions rather than trying to be the scariest, or goriest, or introducing some other over-the-top element to make it different. The author adds his own little twist to his vampires and it's nicely done. I hear a sequel is in the works and I'm looking forward to it.