Suddenly, he is given the opportunity to save a life rather than simply help the individual to move on.
Comparisons have been made to both Christopher Moore and Jasper Fforde. I'm not a fan of Fforde's style--but I did love Moore's Lamb.
A lot of readers will probably appreciate The Ferryman Institute more than I did, but I did find it entertaining. Moderately. I did kind of like the allusions to Victor Hugo's Les Miserables.
Read in June. Blog review scheduled for Sept. 3, 2016.
Fiction. Sept. 27, 2016. Print length: 432 pages.