I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
Re-reading this, I remembered it's probably my least favorite in the series, but only because pit fighting/gladiator games don't interest me at all. Otherwise, it's an excellent read. Although, I found the same jarring continuity error in the ebook I checked out from the library this time as I found the first time I read it, and it still jarred me out of the story completely. I thought the bonus of ebooks was the ability to update them quickly when errors were found?
Anyway, doesn't matter. It was a good read, with a few scenes I had to read out loud to MT, including Raphael's re-telling of how his father woo'd his mother. I almost couldn't read it to him for laughing ... that cat got his righteous revenge.
I'm going to use this re-read for the Doomsday square on my Halloween Bingo card. It takes place in an alternate Atlanta that could definitely qualify for post-apocalyptic.