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The Perdition Score by Richard Kadrey

The Perdition Score by Richard Kadrey
3.5

Richard Kadrey’s Sandman Slim series has quietly worked its way into a place of prominence on my shelf. Imagine a punk rock Harry Dresden fresh out of [expletive deleted]s to give, and you’ll begin to scratch the surface of James “Sandman Slim” Stark—Kadrey’s acerbic, violent protagonist. The Perdition Score—the eighth full novel and ninth entry […]

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Killing Pretty by Richard Kadrey

Killing Pretty by Richard Kadrey
4

Seven books in, Richard Kadrey’s Sandman Slim series continues to have its hooks in me. Killing Pretty—the latest entry—was released at the end of July and I plowed through it in a mere two days. The further adventures of James Stark and his merry band of supernatural misfits have become annual appointment reading, on par […]

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The Getaway God by Richard Kadrey – Spoiler Free Review

The Getaway God by Richard Kadrey – Spoiler Free Review
3.5

The Getaway God, Richard Kadrey’s sixth novel in the Sandman Slim series, is a confounding—but ultimately entertaining—entry in the story of James Stark. Friends and enemies (both new and old) appear. Aqua Regia is imbibed. Maledictions are smoked. The world is saved. Gods live and die. Just another day at the office for everyone’s favorite […]

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Sandman Slim: A Novel by Richard Kadrey

Sandman Slim: A Novel by Richard Kadrey
3.5

Vacation season is coming and it’s time to give yourself a break, stretch out by the pool or on the beach, and distract yourself with a relaxing summertime read about…demons, black magic, and killer hit men from hell?! Well, maybe. Sandman Slim (2009) by Richard Kadrey may have a touch more nihilism in its outlook […]

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