This is Braunbeck's first novel after writing numerous short
stories. It was published in 2000 as The Indifference of
Heaven (Obsidian Press, ISBN 1891480057) in a small print
run of 199 signed copies. Four years later, it was resurrected
in paperback as In Silent Graves (Leisure, ISBN 0843953292).
Braunbeck combines brutal, horrific events and incredible
tenderness in his character's reactions.... So precious it's
painful, so terrible it's glorious, this novel should not be
I think I did. Miss this one, I mean. It happens every now and
then. I did give it a good try: half-way through I realized I
was too vague with past facts and characters, so I started it
again, only to drift off in the final pages of the novel.
I don't know why this one passed through me without
sticking. It has all the earmarks associated to my favorite
demons. But instead of bleeding on about what I clearly don't
understand, here are some reviewers who apparently did get
impaled on this novel:
The author's homepage is a good source of debate, too.
Write your own review of this one.