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Gods run when a Horseman goes to war.

Since being drafted into a position as the Pale Horseman, Lazarus Kerrigan has killed his fair share of gods and monsters. In New Orleans, a city steeped in voodoo and the supernatural, that's saying something.

But when someone else starts killing gods in his city, he takes it personally. His search for the killer leads him to a deadly no-holds-barred tournament run by the gods themselves. The prize? The right to name the next Black Horseman, Famine. To find the killer, he'll have to enter the tournament and fight gods, monsters, and other Horsemen, eliminating his suspects one by one.

May the best Horseman win.

©2018 E. A. Copen (P)2020 Tantor

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racist agenda

honestly I have been enjoying the sandman slim/ dresden copy story but back off with the uneducated racist agenda. readers don't care about an author's liberal ignorance. I don't care who's pink or green I'm looking for a story to enjoy. stop already. it's doubly irritating with how wrong he is about historical figures and events. I drive a lot so I will finish this series either way. just a warning

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Pretty Darn Good

I thought I was not going like this series because it started like a clone of the Dresden files. However, I have reevaluate my position. This series is holding its own. it is becoming my 3rd favorite after Dresden and Alastair Stone. So good.

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Absolutely loved it

Loved it, binged listened to the second half, would've binged the whole thing had I had the free time, immediately started the next one. I highly recommend this as an audiobook too - Baldree does a fantastic job with this series.