Most enjoyable, with its cast of doomed, miserable, aging rock stars (why are they all bitter and miserable in real life?) and the ghost of Lennon (what a lovely device - he is neither doomed nor miserable, and he's still prodding and provoking people to be better than they think they can be - how sorely he is missed). The author continues to develop his intriguing, continuing theme, relating the Welsh / English border country to a gateway between the present and the past, the known and the unknown, the natural and the supernatural, the last endangered bastion defending artful Celt from dreaded rational Saxon. Great stuff with some very chilling moments, and strongly developed characters - particularly old rockers Tom and Dave who have both been driven mad by events in December 1980 (on the same night as Lennon's shooting). Their madness is very very real and a credit to the author's skills. A great read.