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Preacher, Volume 5 by Garth Ennis
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Jun 30, 10

bookshelves: graphic_novel, urban-fantasy-paranormal, vanquished_2010
Read from June 26 to 30, 2010, read count: 1

Dixie Fried feels a little bit like filler.

It opens with an entertaining story of Cassidy finding another vampire in New Orleans--as well as a group of immortal-wannabes. This sets up the action for the present-day when Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy visit the city. The stop-over leads to a voodoo trance, flying bullets, uncomfortable revelations, a beheading, and a meeting with none other than Arseface.

Since I'm not crazy about the route Ennis is taking with Cassidy, I was somewhat dissappointed in this installment. Still, it was nice to see a resolution for Arseface and to learn more about the entity sharing soul-space with the Preacher. Back to the normal gory mayhem in the next book!
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Reading Progress

06/26/2010 page 1
0.0%
06/29/2010 page 86
39.0% "Ohhhhhh, Cass. Yes, you are a wanker."
06/29/2010 page 97
43.0% "Tulip, why you gotta be all Drama Diva about things? Yer annoying me." 4 comments
06/29/2010 page 192
86.0% "I'm not liking the turn Tulip and Cassidy are taking."

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