Review: Sandman Slim

Sandman Slim
Sandman Slim by Richard Kadrey
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Not a bad entry in the modern magic noir genre, but not a great one either. It’s serviceable. That said, there’s a lot of moments where we as reader need to know something which is conveniently told to us in the form of clunky exposition just before we need to know it.

It’s the first of a series, and I can see how it can be a continuing story, but not sure I want to keep up with the characters.

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