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Sword Cane: Mather carries one, both in aid of his limp and for such sticky situations as an eventual raid on Neath. Elsewhere on the estate, the large lake seems to hold hypnotic depths that wish to draw in those that spy into its expansive void. Allow me to distill them: we've got an American serial killer, a Polish cannibal, and two degenerate Arabs that prove to be homosexual rapists. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.

The Gadfly: On introduction to Mather and Halloran, Kline undermines formality with an excitable, mocking impudence.we proceed through our rather stuttering conclusion, one that takes place long after the reader's grown bored of caring for anyone at all in it, and then, thankfully, to the end. I haven’t read much by this author but based on this one, I am intrigued and will surely sample more of his work.

A very slow book andva slog to get through, but on the plus side the chapters are realtively short and i found i could read 2 or 3 a day usually before going to sleep, now my paperback had a manssive great big serpent on the front cover so i kept reading to find when he was going to appear and to find out what the book was about! I have read lots of ancient Egyptian horror, Cabala horror, Babylonian horror, even Aztec horror, but this was my first Sumerian horror story. For a long while, the book reads like a crime thriller with added details of ancient eastern and Sumerian culture (which eventually connect up with the present tale) similar to some of the crime thriller novels of Shaun Hutson. They accept as a client a very strange guy from a major corporation who has 'premonitions' that someone will kill him; yet, he wants to control the team he highers.He relentlessly draws the reader through the story's ultimate revelation - one that will stay to chill the mind long after the book has been laid aside. No Kill like Overkill: With Kline shot, and the embalmed heart of Bel-Marduk crushed, Halloran feeds its remains to one of Kline's jackals, then dismembers Kline in the manner of Bel-Marduk, leaving him to die in his own sepulchre.

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