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As mentioned by other reviewers, this book has some "superhero team" elements to it that are predictably enjoyable (though there's definitely a twist to the team's powers and how it affects them to wield them). I also enjoy the relationship thread with Kanya, and find it rewarding without going so far as to be "romance".
If you like monsters, this book has a cool one (and several creepy henchmen). The descriptions of Azrael were so vivid, I could see her moving in my mind's eye like a movie. I didn't find the horror or violence overdone. Through Reagan's eyes, things are both matter-of-fact and touched with wonder more than fear. Well, sure, he experiences bone-deep terror, but his chutzpah somehow takes the fear and turns it to, "Let's do this thing!" Anyway, a great ride!