Book Review: Tequila's Sunrise by Brian Keene
My rating: 8 of 10 stars
This is a collection of short stories. The title story is one tale that Keene wrote to homage his followers. As you are aware Brian Keene books are set in several realities but everyone of them linked by the Labyrinth Myth. Each book as some reference to the Mythos, often some character has some knowledge of it or you get the reference because you've read it somewhere else.
In this book, set in the Americas pre-spaniard invasion, we get a Chalco that meets Huitzilopochtli that warns him that he has the power to safe his people the Tenocahs by killing the leader of the Invasion force (the spanish conquistadores). He was to travel between the Labyrnth but shouldn't enter other doors or else he would never be able to return. As he travels between doorways he get glimpses of other works by Brian Keene, since each door was a different reality.
Very interesting story with 50 pages or so.
There are also other small stories with 2,3 or 4 pages. Golden Boy and Burying Besty are the best of them.
Solid anthology. For the price I don't reccommend to anyone if you are not aware/read any Keene stories. If you have read his novels then I advice this one so you can learn a lot more of the Labyrinth Mythos.
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