"It's a neat blend of Icarus, Man in the Iron Mask, and the Count of Monte Cristo. It's got Colfer's sharp wit and impracticality on display, with that lovely fast storytelling approach and an unflinching look at grey morals and sharp pain. It does..."
"As with Oneill's first book in the Victorian Guides, this one is hilarious. The comedy is charming, the information cheerfully cherry picked, the organization nicely done. But the formatting, with the Q and A style, is sort of distracting and the ..."