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1879: An unknown and timeless evil descends on East Texas. James Dee, bestowed with knowledge from beyond, moves through time and space, pursuing age-old horrors and ending their reign. 

As he seeks the hidden town of Dust to continue his lifework, another is hot on his heels, and will stop at nothing to rip the divine knowledge from Dee.

As these opposing forces collide, Dee becomes both hero and villain in his quest against the Elders. He doesn't have time to be sorry - there are gods to kill.

©2020 Chris Miller (P)2021 Chris Miller

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Amazing!

*I did receive the audiobook for free from the author and am reviewing it honestly*

What in the Lovecraftian splatter western was this amazingness?! The characters were extremely fleshed out (even though some would say that a few were underdeveloped, I feel like that is the point.) My favorite character and one I would LOVE to know the backstory to, is the woman seer. Her past was hinted at but I could read a whole novel just on her.

Some of the criticism is aimed at Denarius and his reinforcement of the Master/slave mentality. But, that’s not how I see it. Denarius is rescued by James Dee but James doesn’t see it as if he is the hero, just someone who rescued someone when he should have kept walking. But Denarius is the hero later on in the novel as well. As for the dialect, he seems to want to keep it stereotypical for a reason, to play with the western trope and he does it well.

While not super gory, in my opinion, the pacing of the novel and plot pushed it along beautifully.

Easily a 5/5. One of the better novels in the series.