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    Longwinded and unnecessarily opaque

    The premise of The Vorrh is an interesting mix of biblical, Victorian British, American and African mysticism. Dense and difficult to follow in places, the language either becomes easier to read or one gets used to it, I'm not sure which and can't be bothered to look back. There is some intriguing characterisation. No one is painted as hero or villain particularly. I didn't find myself caring for or identifying much with any of the diverse population of the novel. Even so, they certainly are characterful characters for the most part. I was sufficiently intrigued to finish, but I won't be trying any more of the series, although I suspect some episodes of this volume will be gathered into the main narrative flow in following instalments.
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    I just couldn’t with this book.

    Ugh. I gave up halfway through. Life’s too short.
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    Imaginative

    The breadth of the author's imagination is astounding. Plot and sub-plot are woven together to make a rich tapestry. The thing to dislike about it was the odd reverence for firearms and other weapons.
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