The Well's End by Seth Fishman was a rollicking ride from start to finish.
The summary of this book was vague enough that I had no idea what I was getting myself into. And by the end, I really had no idea what was happening. But I also sort of liked the intrigue. It was frustrating at times because Fishman doesn't leave enough clues for you to figure out what's happening on your own. You have to read until the end, and the ending is less than fulfilling. However it's the first book in at least a duology which I didn't know when I read it.
I would suggest this book to people who love adventures and are willing to let a book carry them away.
Favorite Quotes: Only humans could come up with such an awful way to turn a gift to a curse.