View our feature on Allen Steele’s Coyote Horizon.The colonial world of Coyote has become the last, best hope of humankind. But Hawk Thompson has learned something about the aliens who also call Coyote home-and his knowledge will change human history.
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The best of the Coyote books and one of my all time favorites.
While taking longer to read versus rest of series, I find this book an enthralling exposition on matters of religion. While Steele portrays religion as antiquated and corrupt by the believers it seems to me that Steele's concepts for religion should be noted and just. Another reflection of the times we live in.
The perversion of religious thought and practices by the extremists of today are well represented in the book.
I would have liked to have seen a more in depth plot concerning the hajaad and the spirituality of sa tang, which I most assuredly have misspelled.
The progression of Carlos, Wendy, and other main characters seems natural and logical given the plot lines so far of the series.
A twist ending was well worth the wait, but the lack of information about coyote's natives would have nice. Book after book I keep waiting to read about the sand thieves and I am just presented with a paragraph or two of the creatures only in passing.
That being said the novel is a good read and I recommend it to anyone wanting to read it.