Hunter's greatest crime seems to be sending men to kill Sinn, but this is a matter of survival. That's where I felt the book took a few wrong turns. Hunter lets Sinn walk away. He sends men into the alleys to their deaths, but he lets the wise man pick up Sinn and take him back to his home. At the very least Hunter should have tracked him down. At best he should have blown up their shack, and Vera does not address the reasons why he did not do these very sensible things. If Hunter can find Sinn within an alley in a teeming city, why can he not find Sinn in a shack in a desert near a road? Read Full Review
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