I enjoyed the first two books in this series so much that I got this one and its sequel to read, and ended up reading this in just a couple of days. It’s a delightful romp with good pacing and several intriguing plot twists. High points included feral dragons and a peek into early 1800s Turkey. I have to admit that some of the plot got confusing, with a lot of extra characters and people I didn’t know, plus some missing money and European politics. I won’t bother to summarize the plot, as I’m sure that other reviewers will do that just fine. Suffice it to say it’s a satisfying adventure with the characters I’m growing to love.