Basic theme and concept is brilliant and draws you into the story.
The beginning is a bit puzzling until the pieces start falling into place. Middle does slow a bit, but much is revealed to the careful reader. Latter part delves back into the action.
Looking forward to the rest in the series.
The book feels like a first book - the author is trying to squeeze in more ideas than necessary, but it still works.
The setting is fun. Although it drags a little bit in the middle, it picks up at the end.
If I have any complaint, it's that the rest of the series (particularly God of Clocks) didn't live up to the promise of this book.
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