This book isn't for everyone. I will admit that I'm not really crazy about multiple perspectives. Usually I'm good with up to three and this one has more. Most of the perspectives have more than one person so that could potentially be confusing. It did take me a while to get used to it but I was enjoying the story so I muddled through. I do wish the chapters were shorter. The perspectives could have easily been split into separate chapters since that might make things less confusing and color me weird but when I stop reading I prefer if possible to read to the end of a chapter.
There's a bad guy on the loose with the name End Of All Things. That doesn't sound good does it? So of course it makes perfect sense to get the guy named Reaper to take him out. Yes there's an epic battle with colorful characters. There's some weirdness but it was a good kind of weirdness. I don't object to weird but even I have a weird limit. This is nowhere near Bentley Little weird. That dude writes seriously weird books. Since there seems to be an unwritten rule about fantasy characters having weird names you'll find them here but none of them are too outrageous. I'm sure I pronounced them all right and I didn't even check the back. There's a glossary in the back that I believe gives you the pronunciation of each character. I decided to be a rebel and didn't peek. Okay I didn't know it was there until I reached the end of the book.