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Review: Glen Cook book Dread Brass Shadows
Glen Cook book Dread Brass Shadows
By use of a magic book one of the men in the books turns himself into a beautiful woman. Later he is killed while female and slowly begins to change back to male form. When he is found he's half and half.
From: Gavin , 557 months, post #1
This book is part of an excellent series of hard-boiled detective pastiches. It's one of the middling books, not as good as the best. Porbably gets a 2, although only becasue the better ones should get a 3. The TG is minimal.

From: Fish , 557 months, post #2
The tone of this story is quite funny. Basically, try to imagine a hard-boiled Daishell Hammett detective, some hard-living flatfoot trying to buck authority and cut corners-- living in a Terry Pratchett novel. You sort of get the idea. The TG scene is minimal--about three sentences worth. The man-as-woman does show up in his disguise but doesn't reveal who (s)he is; later the body is found dead and half-transformed. That's about it. (My review is longer than the scene.) But the book is fun. Give it a read, but don't expect too much out of the TG.

From: Corwin , 188 months, post #3

Fun book. The transposition of the classic detective character into a world of ogres, elves, dwarves, magicians and the like is enjoyable. The madcap story line is a treat as the hero deals with an inexplicable surplus of beautiful redheads. We only find out later that one of them used to be a man, and the discovery only comes well after that particular redhead has departed from the scene and is found dead. A good read, though.

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