The first review of Cannibal Hearts. Thank you, Dave, now I can stop sweating!
This sequel to Catskinner’s Book continues the theme of individuals trying to live their lives between the looming threat of extra-dimensional entities and mundane reality. The rest of this review may contain spoilers for Catskinner’s Book.
This book is the second in The Book of Lost Doors series. James has recovered from the events of the first book, and is now working for a property management firm owned by the mysterious Agony Delapour. What is supposed to be a routine inspection explodes into a gun battle when James discovers a gang squatting in a property. Catskinner is, as ever, eager to protect James from danger, but can offer no help with what the gang were guarding. Or with the complexities, legal and mechanical, of the new legitimate business venture Agony is starting.
The entire book is from the point of view of James, maintaining the feeling from the first book…
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