Blood and Silver (Deacon Chalk #2)

Blood and Silver - James R. Tuck

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Title: Blood and Silver

Series: Deacon Chalk: Occult Bounty Hunter

Author: James Tuck

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars

Genre: Paranormal

Pages: 305




Deacon has to deal with a group of Were, one part of which want to rule and dominate all other Weres and the other part is preaching pacifism and "let's all get along"'ism.

Of course, the pacifist is a hypocrite.


My Thoughts:

Deacon's Angel Powers, Homosexual Ninja Rabbit, Rapist Pacifist, Crack Mommies selling their children as sexual favors for more crack, it was all just too much.


In regards to Pacifism. I really, really, really respect a true Pacifist. Not resisting evil doers, valuing their lives above your own. I find that very high on the "Love Others" scale. And having that turned on its head just pissed me off. Not everyone should be a pacifist, Evil does need to be resisted, but those who are called to it, it reminds me of what those of us who do fight, are fighting for.


Another waste of a book for me.