I am a big fan of the Age of Fire series by E.E. Knight, and really enjoyed reading the first four books in the series. Naturally, when the fifth book was released (and on a side note, there will also be a sixth), I was eager to read it.
Overall it is a good book, with very well-thought-out characters, landscapes, and actions. Besides being a bit too short of a book, which results in some scenes ending abruptly, my only real complaint was in the absurd amount of typographic errors throughout the book. I don't mean little typos either, like 'teh' instead of 'the'. I mean serious flaws in editing, like confusing character names and reversing gender pronouns, especially during moments of dialogue.
Now I don't know if my copy happened to be a first run and so these errors were missed, or maybe the copy editor was on vacation and some assistant didn't do his/her job properly, but there were enough errors/mix-ups throughout the book to make me have to do constant double takes and re-read lines to figure out who was actually talking.
All in all, I would still recommend the series to anyone who enjoys a clever story about dragons.