This was quite a large book at 956 pages(at least on my Sony ereader it was), although according to the book info here on goodreads it's less than 400 pages. Not sure what that's about but anyway, i wasn't quite so enamoured with this one as i was with the first 3. It still wasn't bad or even just mediocre, but i like stories that are set in the places that i originally encountered them and this was basically a fictional representation of a Lonely Planet travel guide. I'll be glad to get back to Jokertown and Aces High and other familiar spots.
Not exactly bad, more like a temporary distraction from the main attraction.