By Richard Ford
Thaddeus Blaklok – mercenary, demonist, bastard and thug-for-hire – is pressed into retrieving a mysterious key for his clandestine benefactors. Little does he be aware of that different events search to safe this artefact for his or her personal nefarious ends and shortly he's pursued through brutal cultists, bloodthirsty gangsters, lethal mercenaries and hell spawned monsters, all bent on preventing him in any way necessary.
In a lightning paced quest that takes him around the size and breadth of the steam-fuelled urban of Manufactory, Blaklok needs to use his wits and his personal demonic powers to maintain the most important from those that might use it for in poor health, and open the gates to Hell itself.
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Then the future asserted itself over the past and there were more apartment buildings with vacant lots between them, more signs, more weeds growing up through unfinished foundations. A big Irish woman in a black coat came toward Spud on the wrong side of the walk. She was feeling the effects of liquor and self-pity, and the least people could do, it seemed to her, was to get out of her way. Spud came straight on. At the very last moment her truculence turned to panic and she stepped off the sidewalk.
No, that was what his mother said. 47 Sleep well, she said. He flexed his fingers, sighed, and was almost gone when he remembered something. The splashing and the shouting in the pool. But that wasn't it. It wasn't while they were playing water polo, it was afterward. It was that skinny kid who. . BOOK TWO Partly Pride and Partly Envy 12 OF THE many ways of knowing people, the eye's appraisal is surely the most complete; but Spud Latham's eyes, which saw only enemies, would never have perceived that the boy ahead of him was not like the others.
Milton Kirshman was bouncing a rubber ball against the side wall of the building. The others were in a cluster about Gene Halloway's new 31 bicycle. They nodded at Lymie, as he went by. The bicycle was painted red and silver and had an electric headlight on it which wouldn't light. A slight wind blew the leaves westward along the sidewalk, and there were clouds coming up over the lake. The Alcazar Restaurant was on Sheridan Road near Devon Avenue. It was long and narrow, with tables for two along the walls and tables for four down the middle.
Kultus: A Thaddeus Blaklok Novel by Richard Ford