One thing I want to say in advance: I haven't seen anything from the TV series yet, so I'm not able to make comparisons or decide whether or not DeCandido captures the spirit of the series well. I'm however, after reading, quite curious to see the series, so I'll give it a try.
Ichabod Crane wakes two centuries after he died in battle to find the world changed quite a bit. When he receives a vision from his dead wife to go and find the Congressional Cross he once was awarded a new adventure starts.
In the beginning I had some troubles to keep track of who everyone was in relation to each other. It never became a very big problem though (and one I most likely just have myself to blame for) and after I while I could follow the story just fine.
As with most tv tie ins, the story isn't wonderful, but it was still an enjoyable read and the writing was quite good actually. (Once again I feel like there was something I had wanted ti write about, but with my notes lost I can't remember what it was).
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!