I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
A different kind of urban fantasy for me, but I liked it.
Finn was framed for dark magic when he was 15 and exiled to the Fae world, where they fed off his memories for 25 years. When he's finally released, an attack during the 'exchange' (a changing was using his body during his sentence) left him with his body back but without the usual memory transfer, leaving him with no idea what's happened in the world for the last 25 years.
This allows the story to occasionally wallow in cheesy 80's references, and his fellow exile Zeke to look like what sounds like a Nordic Mr. T. If you're a child of the 80's or a fan of pop culture, it definitely makes the story chuckle-worthy.
The plot revolves around Finn trying to clear his name and figure out who didn't want him released from exile. The answer was both transparently obvious from the start and a surprise; I missed enough clues along the way that I didn't see the twist coming.
I must be getting old, because I found myself skimming a lot of the action scenes, but I did thoroughly enjoy the book. It's funny and well written and I cared about what was going to happen to the characters.
It's the start of a series, and I'll happily read book #2, but I'm not champing at the bit to rush out to buy it. I'll come across it eventually and snap it up when I do.
(I was a bit worried at first that this book wasn't going to have ghosts beyond the first couple of chapters, but they end up playing a significant part in the plot, even though it isn't strictly a 'ghost' story.)