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This novella felt more complete than the previous two, closer to a short story than one long extended scene. The author continues to impress me with his obscure mythology, and clever problem resolution. The Rakshasa was by far the creepiest supe we've encountered to date, well aside from the Bakaak that pops up in DARING. I enjoyed discovering that this series is extra wolf-y when John gets mistaken for a loup-garou, and the additional lore that ensued as a result. The conclusion was a tad too open-ended for my tastes, but for all I know it gets resolved in SURREAL ESTATE, time will tell on that one I guess. Again, not worth the $1.99 price tag.