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The pov switches between three main characters, though there are really four in this ensemble and we get a glimpse of that last pov right at the end. The ensemble is a fun combination of characters the witch, the giant slayer, the shifter and the medium. Not that any of them really know the extent of what any of those positions or powers mean.
This is a good introduction book to the world and the characters and while it does have a full plotline which concludes in a satisfactory way, it's obvious there is a series at work here and not everything is closed to neatly tied up. It doesn't end on a cliffhanger, but with a strong set up for the rest of the series.
I'll be interested to see where it goes from here, and what happens as these kids fully come of age and take a stand against the man in the white suit.
That doesn't mean the plot is weak. I was engaged the whole way through and felt interested in what would happen next. The ending is not a cliffhanger, thank goodness, but has a strong lead-in to the next book. Barnson's familiarity with and love of the landscape and people of West Virginia comes through strongly, and I was particularly impressed at his handling of the dialect, which was easy to read and yet very distinctive. I look forward to seeing what happens next in the story.