This book was so attention gripping and had a world full of Korean mythology which I have hardly seen in novels. I'm loving that books like this are becoming more popular and introducing more culture and mythology that I can't see in my very much white conservative town. I loved the character development and the relationships between the characters. I loved that this book hid the truth and was quite mystery/thriller in the sense that we didn't learn the truth until near the end. I read this over the span of three days somehow but I remember constantly just wanting to pick it back up and actually picking it up and reading during my lectures because I just needed to know what happened next. I like that there were subtle k-drama troupes in this like subtle miscommunication but not to the point that it made me want to rip my hair out. I still haven't picked up the next book but that's mainly because I am personally not too fond of spin-offs or continuations but from different characters. Overall, this was a very enjoyable journey and I can't wait to read more from this author!