I honestly don't see the attraction to this one, as Mrs. Kesel has done this book no favors by making it so obscure. There's so much mystery involved, that things are beginning to get way out of hand, and the fact that Mrs. Kesel doesn't even resolve the stories half the time doesn't help either. Still, it is a good effort, and there's nothing particularly inoffensive or embarrassing about it. I just hope that if all this sigil business is ever finished, we can finally move on with some real stories about the characters involved. Read Full Review
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