Lydia and Edgar follow the clues to their goal, but what will they find when they get there? And will they both live to see the outcome?
The mechanics of the supernatural and mystery elements are a little hazy and occasionally require a bit of re-reading, but that seems (mostly) to be by design so I'm willing to go with the flow and watch how things progress. This volume again includes some somber elements among the snark, which I like, as it gives everybody involved a little more depth. The more snippets Lydia and the reader hear about Edgar's former master, Prince, the craftier and scarier he sounds, so I'm looking forward to seeing how they do or don't deal with him in the future and where the next adventure takes them.