This book ends it’s run on a pretty high note, but not really too much in the way of positivity or happiness for the characters of the book. Though this does set up a big Matt Hawkins-verse crossover event Eden’s Fall, combining The Tithe, Postal and Think Tank. I haven’t read Postal or Think Tank, but I know that Matt and Top Cow have put some of those first few isses from both books out on the internet to read for free, so I will definitely be dipping my toe into those waters to prepare for the three-part crossover. This book really does quite well involving action, suspense and a bit of romance-y stuff to really drive this second arc home quite effectively. I would have liked a more complete ending for the story if we aren’t looking for a next step story in the Tithe universe, but I guess it does well leaving it open, so it’s kind of a “six of one, half a dozen of the other” thing. This book probably wont sit too well with conservatives or overly-religious types, but I doubt there are too many of those who haven’t already written off a book called “The Tithe” way before ever even reading it.