The October Daye series remains one of my favorite urban fantasies, yet this addition seemed to fall a little short of it's usual quality. Most of the book was just Toby going from point A to point B, then back to point A for a vague reason that didn't really seem to present itself until last second. Most of it had me scratching my head wondering as to exactly why she was yet again driving along updating every character in the story's universe on the most trivial of details, only to turn around a chapter later to do the same thing all over again.
I'm glad I waited to read this installment since I'm curious where some of the new storylines are going to go in the next book, and waiting for new releases was never a strong point of mine. I am, however, hoping that One Salt Sea was just a small hiccup in quality rather then a sign of a stagnating series.
As a total side note, considering there are 2 new teenage boys added to the cast in this book, if there was a spinoff series with the younger members of the ragtag team going off on adventures I would be ALL over that.