This book is wonderful for anyone who has been following The Elder Scrolls lore since TES III: Morrowind. It is written in the popular fantasy/sci-fi fashion where a different character narrates each chapter; sometimes the point of view switching even multiple times in one chapter. To some, this may seem annoying, but it really works for this book. There is a lot of awesome and well-crafted sensual imagery, especially of various exotic tastes and scents, which is fairly uncommon in the books that I have read. However, the best part of the book is the exposition that it does for the fate of the province of Morrowind. As fans may recall, Vivec the god had intercepted Baar Dau, a moon of the world, from impacting Tamriel when it was cast down by Daedric forces. But during the events of TES III: Morrowind, the Nerevarine destroys the source of Vivec's power. I'll leave it up to you to imagine what the consequences of this are. I was really blown away by how skilfully the lore team for the Elder Scrolls is able to keep various subplots alive throughout the saga. I can't wait to read the next book and find out how this all ends.