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The Patera and His Gods
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2016
I'm never sure what to say in a post Wolfe state. I want to say so many things, but usually I can't seem to find them when I need them. I'll sum this book up as succinctly as I can. IT all begins with a man having a dialogue in his head, who believes in a god, many of them in this case. Then, due to his belief in these gods combined with a highly evolved sense of righteousness, he becomes many different things. In true Wolfe style, he creates a world that, while you are inside the head of the narrator, you feel as if you know exactly where you are and what you are seeing. But, once you step outside of this perspective and try to understand what it is you are involved in, things become a bit murky. So much fun! I can't wait to read the next one in the series.