I really enjoyed the interesting characters, the setting of a magickal Goblin Market within London, and the drama among the story's relationships. That being said, the writing itself was quite droll. The exposition in the beginning was fine, but then the continued descriptions throughout the book were bland and could have used some excitement to fit with the pace of the plot. My favorite part of the book were the brothers, Nick and Alan, and their complex personalities and relationships with the other characters. I think that other readers will also come to love the characters throughout the series and as such will enjoy this latest installment. However, for readers looking for a deep and touching read this is not my go-to YA fantasy romance for them.