This is the third in the Wilkie Martin’s unhuman series, and it’s at least as much fun as the first two.
The story this time involves Cunning Plots involving a gold mine, gold stolen from a vampire-run bank, Hobbes’ long lost (and unexpected) American daughter turning up, Andy getting into even more trouble than normal and more of the usual bad jokes.
But there’s more: Andy is actually developing as a character, becoming more responsible (though just as clumsy as ever) and generally a better person.
Along the way, we learn a little more about Hobbes, and find that he’s not as unique as we might have thought. And Andy starts a whole new phase of his life…
The books are presumably doing reasonably well – there’s a new one coming out later this month, and I’ll be getting that too.