What I liked most about this story is a tantalizing glimpse into a post apocalyptic fantasy world unlike any I've ever read of before.
What I liked least is the untapped potential that remains yet unexplored.
It is a testament to the authors skill when he creates and describes a world that I'd love to jump into. This is one of those worlds.
It's not a perfect world, as villainy is just a part of the human condition. It is those imperfections that allow our protagonist to develop and grow. It's a journey well written that kept me turning page after page.
While reading the first book of the series, back before the author even knew it was a series, a little voice inside my head was saying "there has to be more" and here it is.
In this novel, the author delves into a different aspects of the Spoonerite society and its impact on the people and families therein.
The good news is, if you enjoyed the world described in "Which Art In Hope", then you'll enjoy this. The bad news is, like any addictive habit, you'll want more. The good news is, the next fix is on its way. The bad news is, it won't be here soon enough for my tastes so I'll just have to wait impatiently, while occasionally muttering "is it done yet?"