As usual, there are some fantastic lines in the book. For example, "throw spells around like a Dr. Strange comic." Another favorite, "why let my mouth write checks my ass can't cash?" Maybe it is my age or my unusual upbringing but I never heard that line before. Just because the action is faster than ever does not slow down the verbal attitude that Quincy unleashes.
Several questions I have had about "what" certain characters are were answered in this book. Quite honestly I did not see several of them coming until they were revealed. There is also a special guest appearance by a NFL franchise player. Mr. Hartness missed two points in describing this character: 1) skin so smooth you can't help but reach out and caress his cheek and 2) a smile that puts out more wattage than all of GE. Ok, that ends the creepy menopausal beauty appreciation thing.
Really if you have not started this series yet, you have to. The books are novellas. They are bite size chunks. You can read them in an afternoon, if you lock everyone out of the house and turn off the phone. They give just enough action, just enough plot movement without making the reader look for how many chapters they have left. They also have logical cliff hangers. Since I finished Book 6, I have been thinking about where Book 7 would go. The way that Mr. Hartness does cliff hangers keeps the readers interested not frustrated.
I believe in writing book reviews, not book reports. I am very careful not to include spoilers. So when I say you really need to read this series, you have to trust me on this because I am not going to reveal any plot points. One question was left unanswered that I hope will be addressed soon - when is Book 7 being released?