The island of Galveston had been baptized twice--once by water in the fall of 1900 and again by magic during Mardi Gras in 2004. Creatures were born of survivors' joy and sufferers' pain: scorpions the size of dogs, the crying clown, the widow who ate her victims. Galveston forever would be divided between reality and a city locked in an endless Mardi Gras.
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Review: Galveston (Resurrection Man #3)User Review - Tade Thompson - Goodreads
This book starts off well and held my interest all the way to the end, but not consistently. In fact I felt I had to force myself to finish the last quarter. The characters of Josh, Sloane and Ham ... Read full review
Review: Galveston (Resurrection Man #3)User Review - Sam Musher - Goodreads
It took awhile to get going for me, and I found the poker metaphor heavy-handed (about half the references to playing your hand could have been edited out and I still would have felt like, ok, I get ... Read full review