This book has a timeless theme. Good and evil, completely separate from one another, or can both reside in the same place? I enjoyed the story, but found that for such a short book it took a long time to read. Not sure why really. I just kept finding other things to do than read. My only guess is that I never felt grounded in where I was. Europe somewhere was as close as I could figure. I like being certain of where I'm at.
Other than that, it was nice.