Julie Kagawa does a great job capturing Puck's voice in this one. I was afraid it wouldn't be distinct from Meghan's, but this is clearly Puck's book, being light and funny, and much more entertaining than Meghan's point of view. The plot is simple and straightforward, but we do get some insight into Puck's mind and it made me like him way more than any of the other characters. On the outside he is still his witty, sarcastic self, but we also get to see more depth to him, all the seriousness and emotions that he keeps hidden from the world. This was a nice change, as I was getting pretty annoyed with him in The Iron Queen. I really want an entire book just about him (Ash who?).