Planetary Defense Command reviews Catskinner’s Book.
Three flying saucers
The author of Catskinner’s Book, Misha Burnett, gave me a copy of the audiobook version and asked me to review it. I’ve decided to try something a little bit different with this review, dividing it into the good, the bad, and the ugly. Fortunately, the story pulled me in, and the good outweighed the bad and ugly.
The world created in this story, although looking superficially like modern-day America, is really wide-open. There are supernatural things going on, so any person the characters encounter could be a source of information, a potential ally, or a deadly threat. Similarly, any location the characters visit could be just a place for things to happen, or it could be a life-threatening trap. This made me stay on my toes as I read the story.
The pacing of the story also really kept…
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