A Decline in Prophets by Sulari Gentill
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
What can I say?
I ADORED THIS. (And the ALLCAPS are entirely legitimate.)
Disclaimer: I hosted Sulari Gentill at the library where I work in the week before I started reading this. I was blown away by Sulari, and I think she is awesome. I think her book is awesome, I think her characters are awesome.
Between the on-board mystery, the two-stage on-boardness, by the way..., the lashings of history, the increasing fabulousness of Wilfred (and I know you're probably reading this, Sulari, but yes, I'm appreciating Wilfred more every time he shows up). I love Kate *more*, and Ernie, and oh Edna
But the inclusion of historical figures in this series is stunning. It's so seamless, in that if I didn't know people were real, I'd neither know nor care. They just ARE. And I am so very looking forward to books three and four in this series.
And Sulari, if we can convince you to come back for another visit to our library, we'd love love love to see you again! Book launch, perhaps?
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