The Good, the Bad, and the Uncanny (Nightside) - Simon R. Green
It's good to see that the Nightside is picking up some steam again. I didn't know if it could go any longer after the Lilith War and so far the stories have been decent (just decent as compared to the more exciting ones previously) and you could tell that there was something tying them together but was suffering from a lack of completion.

In this one, things are coming to a head. Walker is Walker to the very end and John Taylor, well he's John Taylor. You'll know what I'm talking about if you read this.

I missed Suzie and it would've been great to see Dead Boy but we did get to hang out with Larry Oblivion again and this time, it was interesting.

As with all of Green's works, word choice can be repetitive to the point of annoying and his constant reference to how bad ass the Nightside or John Taylor is can be tiresome but it's par for the course and only hampers the reading a little.

This book is really a circle, a very vicious circle of family lines, long standing arguments, successions, regressions and the age old question of what makes a ruler, doesn't necessarily make a man. It's a progression but it's also an ending.