Tim Pratt's works are *compulsively* readable, and I was so happy to hear he was going to be setting foot on Golarion.
This book totally delivered, and I gulped it down in practically a single sitting. What I love most about his work is how much *intelligence* he wrings from pulp tropes, while *still* totally delivering all the thrills of explosions, fights, monsters, artifacts, treacheries, etc.
Tim Pratt is one smart cookie, in other words. No wonder he's won a frickin Hugo!
Sorry I'm not providing much of an actual story review here, but then again - c'mon. You already know we've got:
2. Ruined flying city
You do the math. You KNOW that sh*t's gonna be good.
And it IS.