Book Review: God Stalk by Hodgell (3.5 Stars)

Misty Midwest Mossiness

God Stalk by P.C. Hodgell

3.5 out of 5 stars

Read in June/July 2009

Warning: Spoilers

Jame stumbles into Tai-Tastigon, apparently deserted, after being so long on the run she’s delirious with exhaustion and fighting off her race’s healing dwar sleep.  She chances upon Penari, a famous thief, as he’s trapped in a doorway by a a couple of footpads.  Jame rushes to the rescue and Penari offers her a job as recompense.  Too weak, confused and lost to comprehend, Jame wanders the maze of Tai-Tastigon until she collapses just inside the doorstep of the Res a’Bytrr, one of the few taverns open on the eve of the Feast of the Dead Gods.

Jame is adopted into the hearts and hearth of the tavern owner and his staff.  She recovers rapidly, but is stalked by nightmares of her life before arriving at Tai-Tastigon, home to thousands of gods, their temples…

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