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This was a very enjoyable read. Books this engaging are usually blasted through, but I found myself purposefully taking breaks to digest the implications of the story. I am no fan of horror or gore (in books or movies) so there was a bit of apprehension with this, but the dose of dark was skillfully metered out in an appreciated and appropriate manner. There was a lot of flirtation in the story (not romantic), and you can sense the story could have taken many different paths, anticipating which direction things were going to go was half the fun. It is comforting knowing you are in the hands of an adept storytelling guide. I would rate this 4.35. It seemed a bit short, another 75-100 pages would have been welcome with the existing story lines, and there were a couple of spots that seemed like they could have been a bit tighter. Overall a very nice effort by Mr. Christopher, and I look forward to future works. Highly recommended, you will be very satisfied.
The subtle rubbery texture of the cover continued to creep me out throughout the read - at least my copy did!
Characters are three dimensional, folk lore and place lend a sense of realism, and twists abound. My only criticism is I wanted the coyote to be cute. He’s not. Really not.
A unique mêlée for the end of the world coupled with three dimensional characters—supernatural as well as those who could be our neighbors and friends—make for an engaging page-turner that grips you with its talons and refuses to let go. The battle for the safety and well-being of the world as we know it will be won or lost in The Wash.