I read the book version many years ago, and have purchased the kindle version and flicked through it again. A fair bit of what I recalled of the story came rushing back to me. For me, this story was not so easy to get to grips with. In particular the changing Worlds (there are three). I did find myself reading back from time-to-time to get my bearings of where I was. However, the story contains some interesting central character names i.e. Aexuco (I pronounced Ax-u-co), Uconishka, Viiarsk (I pronounced V-ar-sk). The story starts out with the twins and the heart of this story Diana and Dominic, and we are introduced to a few other characters quite quickly. The theme of Angels, Demons, Humans and others run throughout the book, and is written about differently than numerous other tales I have come across. Specifically for me in this book, is the telling of the warring, hovering, and the eventual almagamation of worlds. There is a lot of discription of the three worlds and how one transgresses these spaces. Lots of colour, and talk of feelings and voids. Although, much of the story centres around: distrust, loyalty, seperatism, spiritualism, anger, hate and belief. It like most literature, songs, and other works of art at the very core is a tale about 'Love'. I would like to re-read this book again, as I am sure I will pick-up on things I missed the first time. For a first novel from this writer I found it: deep, curious, wordy, almost a trilogy. Certainly, a story of interest but, also truthfully not my usual choice of read - think it could work very well in a visual format.