The unifying theme throughout the book is obvious from the start: everything and everyone is connected, that love is the natural order of things rather than destruction and chaos. It's a pleasant message; it's just a shame that the Fillbachs felt they had to state it so overtly in the latter part of the book. I was on board with the message early on. The storytellers did their job effectively, and they really ought to have trusted in their craft and the audience. Despite that misstep, Maxwell Strangewell never fails to amuse and entertain. Read Full Review
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