This is the most disjointed fantasy book I have read in a looong time!
Is this meant to be a collection of short stories? The one about the undead Jew who performs miraculous magic and hypnotizes people into eating bits of him and drinking his bloodwine was sick, but entertaining, I'll give it that!
Anonymous…what is that, Greek? What is up with trendy one-word names? GR doesn't like us to "review the author," so I'll leave it at that.
For now I'm not going to rate this, because it seems like there's supposed to be some sort of overall message, but it keeps contradicting itself until it's a jumbled mess. If there is a "message" I didn't get it. All the same, I'll give this one a go again some day, because it's a hoot!