Check out the following review posted by JP Sullivan over at YA Urban:
Things that I liked:
1. The anthropomorphism. It was well-done, slick and semi-casual, leaving little room for question, and leaving the reader little choice but to just go along with it.
1. The world. Widdop is a good world-builder. Without going overboard, I got a good sense of the setting, which is always important.
3. The story arcs. They were obviously thought-out and I enjoyed them.
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