Another solid book in the Nightwalker series. Frank has a tendency to be very wordy, describing feelings in great detail. Sometimes it gets a bit long, and I find myself looking for the dialogue and action. I felt this book was a bit better paced in that regard compared to the last night. While there was still a lot of contemplative inner dialogue, it was broken up more frequently with action. I though Damien and Syreena made a good couple. As usual, there are new revelations in the mythos concerning the Nighwalker people. Ruth is still on the loose which is quite annoying. Can't they catch her already? I also liked the added element of Jasmine, which who added another layer to the story, one we haven't seen before. I am interested in seeing where her storyline goes. All in all a fun read.