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"This may be the most violent book I've ever read, & one of the most nihilistic - portraying the slaughter and obliteration of Native peoples of the American Southwest by mercenary American soldiers led by a mysterious Judge who embodies pure evil. The specific events remind of current Iraq and Syria. Beyond horror. And the prose is breathtaking, original, devastating. I want to finish it, but it's not an easy read." Oct 30, 2014 09:34PM

 

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Theodore Roethke
“Those who are willing to be vulnerable move among mysteries.”
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Mary Doria Russell
“How can you hear your soul if everyone is talking?”
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Mikhail Bulgakov
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