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A disappointing resurrection for Zen,
This review is from: And Then You Die (Aurelio Zen) (Hardcover)
It's great to learn that Zen hasn't been killed, but this resurrection is well below the excellent standard that we've come to expect.
Here Zen spends time hiding away at an Italian resort, prior to his appearing in Court in the US. It appears he is not absolutely safe, but the book doesn't have much of a plot and is very light. As another reviewer has noted, this is more of a coda or appendix to Blood Rain than anything else.