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- Book Review: Half-Resurrection Blues by Daniel José Older
- Half-Resurrection Blues by Daniel José Older
Book Review: Half-Resurrection Blues by Daniel José Older
Krys is one of Carlos' coworkers in the COD. Baba Eddie is a santero who runs a shop in Brooklyn — or, more, he lets his niece and intern Kia do it. The series is interesting and unique in that while it is Urban Fantasy genre, it is not the usual melange of European-based supernatural creatures and stories.
Carlos and Sierra's stories involve Afro-Latin and Afro-Caribbean supernatural entities and stories instead.
The characters are diverse, but without being tokens. There are people of diffferent ethnicities, religions, and lifestyles, showing the diversity of New York very close to how it is in the real world, and keeping in mind that old adage about how many millions of stories there are in the naked city — and that each person has their own.
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Half-Resurrection Blues by Daniel José Older
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Get Known if you don't have an account. Carlos: But here I am, holed up in a weird little backroom on 32nd Street with this gargantuan gumshoe ghost. I imagine he writes like he plays music , with a lyrical quality that is nearly impossible to tear yourself away from.
Carlos is the narrator, and he wears his pain on his sleeve, his loneliness always palpable. The imagery is so twisted.
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So very, very twisted. It makes for a very creepy and exciting mix, daubed with shades of melancholy, and even some very clever horror elements, and the ending will leave you reeling.