I liked this book, but I'm having a hard time coming up with things to say about it. It was one of those books that just sort of washed over me. Not in a bad way, but not in a particularly mind-blowing way either. It was chock full of urban fantasy tropes, uneven pacing, and some debut novel rough edges, but that didn't really diminish my enjoyment. The Native American perspective and mythology far outpaced any of my gripes. Reading this book really called attention to how homogenous a lot of fantasy narratives can be, and that alone kept my interest. I liked the world Roanhorse constructed, especially the way magic worked. The clan magic was so intriguing. I also quite liked the side-characters (the main character less so, but I didn't dislike her either), and even the villains. Was it perfect? Nope. Did I enjoy it? Yep. Will I read the next one? Without hesitation. I think Roanhorse has the potential to become a personal favorite with a little bit more time and polish.