It was all right. Definitely not DWJ's best. It had an decent plot that could have been played with more. There was very little action. It started to pick up a bit towards the end but ultimately never held my interest.
It was told from 3rd person POV but I found Aiden and Andrew's back-and-forth POV very disorienting probably because their voices were not terribly distinct.
I felt that Andrew and Stashe's romance was rushed but I ended up liking Stashe's character quite a bit.
I didn't see the OberonTitaniafey world in general coming.
Magic, counterparts, field-of-cares, glass, an absent minded professor, a young boy, a beautiful secretary, two rather controlling servants, were-dogs, bouncy castles, and enormous vegetables.
Favorite parts: When Andrew uses the field-of-care magic.
The "Doctor Who" reference.
And the young girl who won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in Best Bunch of Wildflowers for a truly impressive bunch of dandelions.
Content: Brief language (hell, damn, bitch,) and mild sensuality.