I have, of course, purchased a copy, and I’m oddly excited because the book is a bit of a mystery to me. I often get to read an advance copy of Cecil’s work, and even sometimes help in giving feedback on drafts, but this time (due to a variety of circumstances) the last version I read was not yet finished. I’ve known the end point of the story for a while (since Cecil always knew where it ended up), but the details on how we get there (and what “there” actually meant) were still being hammered out last time I saw any text. So I don’t actually know what happens in any meaningful way, and that makes me excited to read it and find out.
To whet your appetite, here’s an interview from the blog tour.