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This review is from: Three Stations (Hardcover)
I had great expectations from the next installment of the Renko saga, but I was let down. The story in this book is very thin and at times so loose to border absurdity. The general feeling is that of a half-cooked (short) story, with none of the richness or psychological insights Mr. Cruz-Smith has usually delivered. Renko is showing a tiredness in his character fully reflected in the way I felt as a reader. Time for Renko to pull the trigger and exit the scene with some dignity - the little left.