The things I really like about book 106 (105 was a half-finished, meh, kind of book… so, no entry) are the blending of unlikely elements (time, place, events, characters, elements, etc.), the excitements during certain vivid scenes, and the potential of a really grand storyline with murky and difficult moral choices. It definitely kept my interest high the entire time. I’m not so sure that I appreciated how the book ends, though — it is set up to take the readers into the second volume but it did not quite resolve several threads that I’d have liked to see rounded up. A couple of surprising twists felt more for convenience sake than well thought out plans by the author. No matter what, this is a FUN read!