Prize Of Night: A Novel Of The Parallel Parks by Bailey Cunningham
Afer 2 good books, the author seems oddly unengaged and unethused as the trilogy ends with this amusingly inept badly written wrap up novel. This was full of exposition, wilfulness, escalating mayhem and an uncertain future. But it only causes a falling level of engagement.
“No escape from the consequences.”
“Afraid of mirrors in the dark.”
“I once saw you dirnk vodka out of a mixing bowl. And it wasn't even your bowl.”
“Divine reason for the park's existence and our place in it.”
“Whatever alliance they'd once shared was clearly a thing of the past.”
“Some drug fueled reenactment of a scene from Game Of Thrones.”