- File Size: 330 KB
- Print Length: 110 pages
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- Publisher: Feathered Serpent Books (May 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: May 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YCS04SE
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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There's an interesting mix of characters, and each one of them has their secrets, motivations, and frustrations. Sadly, herein lies the one flaw of the book; it isn't long enough! Characters develop, but the limited space hinders most impactful growth and intrigue. Certainly, the content of "Death's Good Dog" is complicated and rich enough to merit a full length novel.
I would absolutely love to read more of TL Morganfield's Aztec West Novellas. And I can hope that, someday, the story of Death's Good Dog will be adapted into a full length novel. Until then, I highly recommend checking this book out! (But maybe brush up on your Aztec gods a little bit beforehand)
Do not expect info-dumping in here. To be honest, I tend to skim the info-dumps when they happen in other books. The things we need to know are gradually learned as the story progresses, which is exactly how it should be done. The only difficulty I had is learning the pronunciations of the names.
I wasn't sure what to expect with this story. It's very unlike the Bone Flower books, set at a point in time after Christianity has become the prevalent religion and the Aztec gods are mostly dead or in hiding, with very little power. The main character, Xolotl, was very sympathetic and likable. He's a sort of underdog character that is very easy to root for. That said, I also found the angel, Raphael, very intriguing and I'm hoping to learn more about him as the series continues.
The plot was enjoyable, promising to be a lot of fun, but still with some emotional turmoil mixed in. There are a few unanswered questions, and a great deal is still left to be done. This novella felt very much like a prologue to a potentially very large story.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.