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Horror critic Edward Bryant calls Song of Kali "an exactingly constructed, brutal, and uncompromising study of the degree to which an evil place may permeate and steep all that makes us human" and writes that it embodies "the stance of a psychologically violent novel about a violent society as a defensible and indisputably moral work of art." Song of Kali won a World Fantasy Award. --Fiona Webster
This story was awesome....a lot morbid but with an underlying message of hope. I loved it....Dan Simmons has scared me once againPublished 8 days ago by monicawilliams
Definitely not one of Dan Simmons Better Books. It *is* a good read and scary and
mythical. Bravo Dan Simmons you have done it again!! Read more
This book is disturbing. It has a feeling of Charles Dickens in 1700 England among the thieves, pick pockets and criminals of that time that did horrible things. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ruth Angela
I like Dan Simmons' work; I was very pleased with the Hyperion novels, and I found Carrion Comfort a great read, so I looked forward eager anticipation to reading the Song of Kali. Read morePublished 1 month ago by redryder
This is an excellent horror novel. Some passages are so chilling they caused me to stop for 10 minutes and think about what I just read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Trey Thibodeaux
I've heard this book is skin crawling, horrifying and all night can't-put-it-down reading...!!!
I heard wrong.
Not really bad for a minor league mystery, but horror..? Read more
As a fan of Simmons I've read the his Hyperion Novels, Olympos and its sequel, Carrion Comfort and this one. Song of Kali had some great moments but there was too much filler. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Moe Betta
Of all the work I've read by Dan Simmons, this one frightened me the most, as it not only explores the dark side of Hindu spiritualism and brings those dark gods to life, but... Read morePublished 3 months ago by RBH
This is the first Dan Simmons book I've read, and I'm a new fan. I loved hating Calcutta, and kept thinking I knew where the story was going, but I was wrong. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bookgirl