The Dusty Man As the Eastern hemisphere slept the slumbering God awoke His mind overwhelmed the wakeful West rendering it void of life An instant later the sleepers in the East felt God die His death emptied Hel

  • Title: The Dusty Man
  • Author: K.J. Russell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the Eastern hemisphere slept, the slumbering God awoke His mind overwhelmed the wakeful West, rendering it void of life An instant later, the sleepers in the East felt God die His death emptied Hell onto Earth and drove mankind to the brink of extinction Beijing has risen as a final bastion, its military bolstered by ingenious technologies, but driven to desperationAs the Eastern hemisphere slept, the slumbering God awoke His mind overwhelmed the wakeful West, rendering it void of life An instant later, the sleepers in the East felt God die His death emptied Hell onto Earth and drove mankind to the brink of extinction Beijing has risen as a final bastion, its military bolstered by ingenious technologies, but driven to desperation by faltering supplies and the constant threat of demonic armies.In the wastelands of Korea, a stranger covered in dust visits a lonely town in an odd state of peace, catching the eye of Seo Ha Neul The stranger brings lies, warnings, and violence Rather than stop him, Seo tries to understand, even as supernatural forces bring devastation to his home

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    1. The first installment of a post-apocalyptic dark fantasy series, The Dusty Man starts things off with a visceral, bleak introduction to this desolate and hopeless world.When I first started reading this, I do have to admit it felt a little bit slow to me. It was a bit hard to make it past the first few chapters, but I was really glad I did. After the somewhat sluggish first act, the action picks up in a big way and a lot of questions are answered with more questions. The level of suspense jumps [...]

    2. The Dusty Man is an fast-paced book full of lush, descriptive language and a diverse cast of characters. KJ Russell always impresses me with his ability to create fantastic worlds that are simply breaths of fresh air in a genre that needs it. Its an exciting, exhilarating exploration of many religious and philosophical concepts taken to their extremes in an apocalyptic world. At times, the pace was perhaps too fast, too action-packed for me as I tend towards works that are driven by slow-burning [...]

    3. The pacing of this story grips the reader and refuses to let go. It begins with the death throes of a massive supernatural being, the release of good and very bad supernatural creatures, and the loss of a weapon that could save the planet and mankind. Then the book gets exciting. It continues to build in crashing waves as mankind dies - except for a few small outposts and one major city. The story follows the travels of a remarkably Dusty Man (such a marvelous character!) to a single, apparently [...]

    4. I'm in love with the unique setting of this epic post-apocalypse science fantasy. It's such a delicious blend of genres and a complete bucking of the heteronormative and American/Western European-centric standard of sci-fi and fantasy. I like that characters in the Dusty Man can be both sympathetic and unsettling with some pretty huge flaws. Oh and the action scenes! The visuals are gruesome and gritty but so intense and cinematic!

    5. This is a great blend of science fiction and fantasy. The author has an excellent way of making the action scenes build out of and into personal character development. You'll be surprised who you end up rooting for, and that surprise won't be an unwelcome one.

    6. An action-packed post-apocalyptic sci-fantasy in the ruins of demon-haunted Korea. If you like fast-moving fiction that transcends genre boundaries and isn't afraid to ask the big questions, you're going to love this book.

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