This is the second volume of the series, Shadow Chaser, following Shadow Prowler I reviewed a while ago. Once again, a rather pleasant, quick read. When I started Shadow Chaser, a few days ago, I realised I had basically forgotten everything from the first volume, however the story is light enough and the characters sufficiently caricaturesque to make this almost irrelevant! The main character, Harold, actually sounds dull compared with his companions, but the pace is fast enough to overcome this default in the plot. I am not convinced I will remember much of Shadow Chaser when my colleague at Dauphine drops the third volume, Shadow Blizzard, on my desk, but this does not really matter, as I will most certainly enjoy this Edding-esque fantasy novel and just as certainly quickly forget about it.