Read Abigail's review at All Things Urban Fantasy
4/11/2011 - Read it for myself, I felt like this book was all about introductions: introducing Dana, her world, and the players in it. I use the word "players" deliberately, as Dana spends much of GLIMMERGLASS
learning about people's motives and politics. Betrayal and unpleasant realities are leavened with new friends and cute boys, but Black does a great job of leaving some serious future consequences simmering at book's end. I loved that the Seelie boy in Dana's life is Goth, and can't wait to see how Dana grows out of her insecurities and into her posibilities in future books.