A fantasy-murder mystery set in the Aztec empire. It was ok, but felt a bit disjointed and rushed. I would actually have appreciated an info dump here and there. There turned out to be a bit of historical/cultural/political background explanation as an appendix, but it was rather too late by then. Its also of the super magic saturated type of fantasy, which isn't usually my favorite type. I did like the main character though, even if he did remain a bit flat, and the setting was honestly refreshing. I'll probably read the sequel eventually. I don't particularly like a lot of magic, first person POV's or murder mysteries, and I still largely enjoyed this, so if those things are your cup of tea, definitely recommended.