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by Richard Kadrey
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Wortmagieblog
Wortmagieblog rated it 4 years ago
Richard Kadrey schreibt nicht nur fleißig Romane und Kurzgeschichten, er ist auch Fotograf. Eine eigene Website für seine Fotografie habe ich bei meinen Recherchen nicht gefunden, doch selbst wenn, würde ich sie nicht verlinken. Ich persönlich finde seine Kunst interessant, aber sie ist auch sehr ve...
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it 5 years ago
You know how you can overlook a really good friend's faults? Moreover, how those faults kinda become the things you cherish most about him or her? For me, that's exactly why I love James Stark/Sandman Slim. This character is so broken and disjointed. He's unpredictable, but not in the sense that he'...
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it 5 years ago
You know how you can overlook a really good friend's faults? Moreover, how those faults kinda become the things you cherish most about him or her? For me, that's exactly why I love James Stark/Sandman Slim. This character is so broken and disjointed. He's unpredictable, but not in the sense that he'...
Maggie the Ranter
Maggie the Ranter rated it 5 years ago
Just 3 stars here....I really thought I would like it better, but the snark and violence just seemed like rewrites of [b:Sandman Slim|5776788|Sandman Slim (Sandman Slim, #1)|Richard Kadrey|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1311727590s/5776788.jpg|5948537] dialogue most of the time.....
Liv's Reads
Liv's Reads rated it 5 years ago
I really enjoyed book one. It was different and it was angry. But I thought the anger was justified. In this one stark is just an asshole for not apparent reason. Every word is sarcasm. While I usually don't mind snark. This was just too much for my mood right now. Moving on!
The BiblioSanctum
The BiblioSanctum rated it 5 years ago
Something about this second book just didn't do it for me, despite the action and the twists and turns in the plot. In this sequel, Sandman Slim is paid big bucks to be a bodyguard to Lucifer, who has come to Hollywood to make a movie of his life. The vampires and porn stars and zombies make this bo...
book reviews forevermore
book reviews forevermore rated it 6 years ago
I was just complaining about unoriginal urban fantasy when Sandman Slim came along to show me it is possible to do UF right. Kadrey's writing manages to rope me in despite lukewarm genre interest in angel-demon based urban fantasy. The plot sounds unexceptional enough: Richard Stark, the ultimate no...
Vellichor Afternoons
Vellichor Afternoons rated it 6 years ago
Love love love love love.
everydayjam
everydayjam rated it 6 years ago
Zombie noir, whee!
Affairs of M/Men
Affairs of M/Men rated it 6 years ago
First off, you have to read the first book first. This is not a stand alone volume. I read the first one only a couple of months ago and I was unsure on a couple of things.I liked this one more than the first one. I felt that Stark was more emotional, more three-dimensional, more human. I understood...
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