Only 3 stars. I was a little dissapointed in this book. It hold such promise with 2000 years old Druid, but the story line was simple and fairly straightforward. The only good thing is dialogs between Oberon and Atticus. They were snarky and witty and just plain geniusly written. And only because of them the book got its 3 stars. I would like to read a book from Oberon's point of view. I felt that Atticus was a touch bit untouchable and too powerful. There is nothing wrong with this concept generally, look at Jim Butcher's Dresden - I adore this series. But main hero takes thorough beating before evil is punished. Here Druid is too powerful it doesn't even hold interest in how he will get out from sticky situation.