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The Theory of the Leisure Class (Modern Library Classics)
Thorstein Veblen, Alan Wolfe
The Demon's Surrender - Sarah Rees Brennan [b:The Demon's Lexicon|1829655|The Demon's Lexicon (The Demon's Lexicon Trilogy, #1)|Sarah Rees Brennan|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348056121s/1829655.jpg|1829467] introduced us to Alan and Nick Ryves, brothers who had been on the run from power-hungry magicians all their lives. [b:The Demon's Covenant|6594657|The Demon's Covenant (The Demon's Lexicon, #2)|Sarah Rees Brennan|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1327882253s/6594657.jpg|6788394] brought their friends Mae and Jamie to the fore, one of whom was tempted by magic, the other by the Goblin Market. And in [b:The Demon's Surrender|9666870|The Demon's Surrender (Demon's Lexicon Trilogy #3)|Sarah Rees Brennan|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1294614773s/9666870.jpg|14156711], the best dancer of the Goblin Market, Sin Davies, takes center stage. Despite numerous truces, victories, set-backs, and maneuvers, the war between ordinary humans, magicians, and demons has never ended. But in this book, a wobbly resolution is achieved between them.

This book is, as all of Brennan's Demon books have been, exceedingly clever and twisty. My one problem with it is that although I like all the characters, I don't buy any of the romances--especially not Sin and Alan's. I can see what they like in each other, but it seems like their romance developed very quickly, despite taking up a large part of this book. I really enjoyed this book, but I think less time spent on the ever-shifting love quadrangles between Alan&Mae&Nick&Sin and more time on plot would have made it even better.