Dreamer came back to Austin, Texas from a bad banana war with a souvenir slug in his head. No big deal, just a minor side effect: Now, every safe, every lock, every fancy alarm takes a nap when he's around.
Dreamer's not tempted. He's straight arrow and doesn't need the dough. He's happy selling guppies, hanging out at Mama Lucy's Vishnu and Esus Barbecue. And, when the days are long and the AC's blowing cool, spending lazy afternoons with his breathtaking, irritating, mean-mouthed over and big-time attorney, Eileen. Still, a secret like Dreamer's doesn't stay secret long. A lot of people want to know what his talent's all about.
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A gangster novel with some superpowers thrown in
Stunning in all elements
I have not, but I will be in the future if they are anything comparable to his performance presented here.
I found the first twenty minuets or so to be a little hard to get interested in. After that I was hooked on a nonstop ride that I found hard to put down. Had I not finished the book in about two days I am certain that my wife would have found me sitting in my car in the driveway more than just once. Hays performance has brought out the already brilliant writing by Barrett. I went searching for news of a sequel only to find that Barrett passed away earlier this year. I think I will pick up any more of his books I can find and try to finish them in the little bit of time this year has remaining.