Volume three of Wet Moon is, in a lot of ways, more of the same. It's very moody and atmospheric, the art is fantastic, the pacing is slow and deliberate, and the cast continues to be varied and colorful. The characters continue to be real and flawed people with strange quirks and unique character designs.
Frankly, the only thing that keeps this book from being totally perfect in my opinion is the fact that Cleo's eyes just keep growing. It's a personal thing, and I'm sure plenty of people are endeared by the way she seems to be becoming more and more of an anime caricature, but there were plenty of times where I just had to put the book down because looking at her disproportionate eyes when everything else was so realistic was just way too jarring for me to enjoy the story at that moment.
Overall, though, I would recommend Wet Moon (including this volume) to anyone willing to sit still long enough.