The twelfth one in the series still has a lot of sparks like the first one that was a marvelous story with a good plot and a nice description of the characters through their dialogues and gestures. This is the chapter at which the long and epic battle comes to the final conclusion between two groups that have nothing in common rather we can say that they are the two opposite sides that can never coexist in the real world.
The writer Simon R. Green has created two groups one are the Droods with their ever behaving nature and the opposite group is the Nightside that wants party all the time. The story begins when the Droods finally end the pact between the two groups and try to abolish the Nightside forever. The story is rich with fight scenes and the display of arms and weapons of all kinds.
The story quite wonderfully describes the point of view of both the groups who think that they are correct in their style of living and are the good side, in reality, both have heroes that could fight epic battles like Eddie Drood, Molly Metacalf, John Taylor and Shotgun Suzie. The battle could be seen everywhere on the roads and in streets, it’s a war that is between a group of people and not troops in the battlefield through the story leads to an epic battle in the end.
The narrator Gideon Emery has surely given equal intensity to the characters of both groups and he has not appeared as taking the side of one group alone. Each group is provided with the same quality of narration. Readers also have shared their interest in stories like Riven – Roan Parrish and Better Not Pout – Annabeth Albert which are good to listen who need interesting ones.