Good for: While it’s on a lot of “young adult” book lists, I’m not really sure why. It didn’t read as particularly “young adult” to me. I would recommend this for any fans of mysteries and dark fantasy. Some elements reminded me of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, or something by China Miéville.
The original images of the dilapidated house used in this review are in the public domain, and were accessed through Wikimedia Commons. The Peregrine falcon images were originally by J.M. Garg and Sylvia Duckworth.