WarningMight contain spoilers.

More of the same (as A Natural History of Dragons), which is a good thing. It once again introduces fascinating concepts that keep you guessing and reading. The writing is just as witty, interesting, and fun as in the first book, too, though it does get a little bogged down—pardon the pun—by the details of life in the swamp.

Next in series: (#3 in Thoughts & Spoilers: Books: The Memoirs of Lady Trent (2013))