I enjoyed this book, it offers a different and creative world building. Alot of Druidish/ Celtic/ Fae mythology and research built into the storyline. I'd almost feel a little smarter if this wasn't fiction, almost!! The main character is the last living Druid and pretty much a perpetual 21 yr old and seems to be stuck in that phase maturity wise too, even though he's been around for thousands and thousands of years. Tries to live a low key life off the radar, but his past comes looking for him. Has acquired a few allies over the centuries so they come to aid him even though he is pretty much a pawn in the great Fae political world in a gods vs goddess war. He's got a great sidekick Oberon, his pet Irish Wolfhound that he can communicate telepathically with and offers a little comic relief in his quest for french poodle tail. Plan to continue on with the series.