A nice installment in the Charlie Parker series though most of the book follows Angel and Louis as they go about avenging themselves of people who are friends with Louis. Readers will recall some of the characters since they appeared in the last book. This feels much tighter than prior Charlie Parker books. I think that’s because for once we don’t have to follow what feels like a 100 side characters all over the place with dubious movements. The book does slow at times to the point that you can feel yourself losing interest at times, but then the book picks up speed and pulls you back in. I loved the ongoing questions about Jennifer Parker. What exactly is coming next she’s so watchful for. And what does her ability to be able to “talk” to Louis and Angel mean? FYI, still confused about the character of Zorya.
All in all, a great read and it was wonderful to spend time with Louis and Angel again.