©2009 Andrew Vachss; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Compelling and challenging...[Vachss takes us] not simply into the mean streets but into a subterranean nightmare." (The Washington Post Book World)
"Vachss's reverence for storytelling is evident in the blunt beauty of his language." (Chicago Sun-Times)
This is a Andrew Vachss book so its got to be great. Luckily they also assign master readers to his books which only make them better.
This book has the feeling of his Burke series which he justed ended because a similar "family" of street people and one of them is a martial arts family. While the concept is familiar its a new story from a man who seen a lot and always has something to say. You can't go wrong with a Vachss novel. Its either good or great. This one isn't one of his best but still fun and with lots of meat to chew on between your ears.
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