Very entertaining. Shows Shadow Lord politics in a somewhat unusual setting, and has nice plot twists -- it's almost a detective story in spots, though one where investigation mostly involves tearing things apart with tooth & claw. I liked the Savannah as shown in the story, quite atmospheric. Of course, there are cliches galore here, and some of the plot twists can be seen coming (but not all). The ending is a bit too much a "saved by a plot twist!" thing to my tastes, but... hell, I had a lot of fun reading this, and I think it captured the spirit of W:tA very nicely. So, recommended. Excellent summer reading.
[4 of 5 Stars!]