A short and witty tale, just as good as the first book in this series. The plot, though short, is engaging and intriguing. Best of all, the plot twists are well hidden, as expected of Sanderson.
The gang imaginary characters are entertaining. I found them to be well thought up characters. It pretty interesting to see a group of people with so many different backgrounds and expertise interacting. The scenes of them interacting are almost like mini thought experiments.
Although this book’s main plot comes to a satisfying end, the overarching backstory is still left hanging. Hopefully, that means this series isn’t over just yet.