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3.0 Stars

An enjoyable short story. I've never been able to read a Landry novel before, simply because I find the main character and his "humor" to be terribly repellant. This time though, I employed the Thomas Covenant solution (skip any parts that involve the protagonist's thoughts; just read the action and dialogue), and enjoyed the story a lot. The monster was wonderfully graphic, and the historical connections and machinations were great.