A solid effort, but one that sometimes feels a bit underwhelming - owing, perhaps, to the 'hands-off' approach of the covenant. The implied emphasis on allowing Vampires to find their own way in the night does tend to mean that there is less 'covenant dogma' here then there is in some of the other, comparable sourcebooks. The addition of 'Carthian Law' is by far the meatiest discovery to be had - and while it may not be a chronicle altering development, it does suecceed in putting a definite (and consistent) flavor to any Carthian domain - regardless of the specifics of the doman's politics, or lack thereof. An interesting book, but one that still somehow manages to feel just a bit light - perhaps rightly so, where it is based on the youngest major covenant.
[4 of 5 Stars!]