Dead of Veridon

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Solaris, 2011 - Antiquities - 366 pages
4 Reviews
Trouble finds Jacob Burn. Kicked out of his house, out of his comfortable life, out of everything that is familiar, even turned away from his circle of criminal friends and interesting enemies. Two years after he saved an ungrateful city from a mad angel, thwarting the plans of every powerful faction in Veridon, Jacob is still trying to pull his life together. And still trouble finds him.

A bad job goes worse, and soon old enemies present themselves as allies, and former friends set themselves against Jacob as he tries to put the dead to rest and the living to justice. Everything gets more difficult when he's appointed by the Council to investigate the rise of the cog-dead, while some hold him personally accountable, and others in the city work to use the chaos to their advantage.

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Review: Dead of Veridon (The Burn Cycle #2)

User Review  - Al Billings - Goodreads

A decent sequel but I found the book less engaging than the first book, Heart of Veridon, and its ending did not really resolve things. I assume it is set up for a third book but I found it well written but less original than the first one. Read full review

Review: Dead of Veridon (The Burn Cycle #2)

User Review  - Psychophant - Goodreads

This is the second Veridon book, picking up two years later from the previous one. It keeps up the mix of the high and low of the city, with non-stop action and worldbuilding yaking a second place to ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Tim Akers was born in deeply rural North Carolina, the only son of a theologian. He has been recovering in Chicago ever since, where he lives with his wife, his German Shepherd, and a healthy respect for an internally consistent narrative.

Author website: "shadoth.blogspot.com

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