And so, the saga draws to an end. Mostly. After three books, they don't quite wrap things up, leaving plenty of room for more writing.
To be blunt, I'd buy pretty much anything Neal Stephenson writes, and this book bears some of his imprint. However, the fact that it's a collaboration does come through, as it feels a bit ... "paler", I guess I'd say than a pure Stephenson book.
There is also lots of fighting and fight scenes. Lots and lots of them. Generally, I'm ok with that - I like to read escapist fiction with heroes and villains clashing in battle, but after a while, even I started to get a bit weary of the very detailed descriptions of the swordplay. With the swordplay and violence comes a lot of blood - if that makes you squeamish, this is probably not the series for you.
Generally, though, along with the previous installments of the series, it was a good read, and I'd recommend it as something fun and distracting, even though it's not up to the level of some of Stephenson's other writing.