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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Tried to place exactly where this story took place. Knew paddle boats were on Colorado River for a short time, but other spots just puzzled me . That gives me map time tomorrow where did this take place?
The cruelty described in a few scenes gave me slight shock. They were well done.
Was a good read while I waited at hospital. Will look for more Yates books.
Unflinching takes this setting and adds a level of grit and realism that gives you a real sense of weight and makes you feel the danger of the settlement days.
Simms is a wonderful protagonist, an old Pinkerton set on a mission to find the daughter of an old war hero. His old time charm is only matched by his brutal method of getting things done in the face of adversity, and his growth over the course of the story makes him more enjoyable the longer you read.
What's a good hero without a bad villain, though? Mason, the story's protagonist, is as detestable as Simms is likeable. He's given just enough humanity to him that he keeps from stepping over into the territory of mustache - twirling ne'erdowell, yet that only makes him all the more hateful as he commits atrocity after atrocity. You'll read this to the end, if only to see if Mason gets what he has coming to him.
I look forward to seeing what happens in the books that follow.