I was going to write a longer review, but then I decided that I've wasted enough time with that "game" already. Shortly put, the book is a mess. There's no better way to put it. Though the core rules could be presented in no more than 3 pages, somehow the author managed so spread them throughout the entire 900 page e-book. The style is horrible( The word "maybe" is etched in my mind forever. Every odd sentence begins with it.). I'll not delve into the absurdity of the flurry mechanic, which acts as the conflict resolver round, I'll just say it doesn't do the trick. This whole concept of the book pretends to support causality, but in fact there's none. As a narrative game Fate does the job more effectively and elegantly than Nobilis could hope to ( and btw the fate coins do the exact same effect as the miracles).
[1 of 5 Stars!]