Will Christopher Baer

“They pretty much seep to the surface, whether I want them to or not.”

– Will Christopher Baer
(from the author’s FAQ)

Kiss Me, Judas was the first of Baer’s books I’ve read and after I turned the last page over, I walked away, not fully comprehending what I’ve just read and that’s okay. Baer’s work isn’t meant to be understood at first reading. It’s the re-reading and then comprehension dawns, like sunlight creeping in at minute intervals.

Phineas Poe, the (anti)hero of Judas would continue for two more novels – Penny Dreadful and Hell’s Half Acre.

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~ by croatoa on November 9, 2007.

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