The book is well-written, and the pacing is perfect. There were just the right number of twists and turns, in the end, to keep the reader engaged, but to reach there you need to read loads of offbeat philosophical discussions.
In conclusion, it is a book that combines the best of two genres: the murder mystery and the literary novel. Although this book is not everyone’s cup of tea, it undoubtedly is for the fans of William Blake, and to see his characters in a modern setting will be a unique experience.
If you are also into literature with a fraction of mystery, then you can read this book too.