The clan books that have been released for Vampire have generally been good; this one is certainly one of the best. The writing style and array of faux-primary documentation goes a long way toward inviting the reader to feel as though he were a part of the clan and the art here is impressive, even by the relatively high standards of the line. Much of the book is more narrative than practical - in a rules sense - but there remain many tasty morsels of mechanical enhancements here to adopt or deny as may be dictated by the needs of your gaming group. Certainly those with a passion for the Daeva will find the most value here, but there is ample satisfaction for any follower of the larger Vampire line.
[5 of 5 Stars!]