Devils Unto Dust
Ten years ago, a horrifying disease began spreading across the West Texas desert. Infected people—shakes—attacked the living and created havoc and destruction. No one has ever survived the infection. Daisy Wilcox, known as Willie, has been protecting her siblings within the relatively safe walls of Glory, Texas. When Willie’s good-for-nothing father steals a fortune from one of the most dangerous shake-hunters in town, she finds herself on the hook for his debt. With two hunters, including the gruff and handsome Ben, to accompany her, she sets out across the desert in search of her father. But the desert is not kind to travelers, and not everyone will pass through alive.Western meets horror for this riveting story about survival, family, and inner strength. Tense, short chapters propel readers from one action-packed scene to the next, while Willie’s distinctive, introspective voice deepens the emotional stakes with every turn of the page. High concept and character-driven, Emma Berquist’s debut will satisfy fans of The Magnificent Seven, Rae Carson’s Walk on Earth a Stranger, and HBO’s Westworld.

Devils Unto Dust Details

TitleDevils Unto Dust
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 10th, 2018
PublisherGreenwillow
ISBN-139780062642783
Rating
GenreYoung Adult, Horror, Westerns

Devils Unto Dust Review

  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
    January 1, 1970
    It isn't often that you get a mesh of genres that blend together so seamlessly and yet, Dust Until Devils did it and did it well. A mix of western, dystopian, and a bit of this and that, and this novel truly stands out and shines.It was fun, adventurous, enthralling, and unbelievably hard to put down. With a rough and tough no nonsense heroine that you can't help but instantly like in a setting that is every bit as rustic as it is horrifying, this truly was a read that I did not want to end. Wit It isn't often that you get a mesh of genres that blend together so seamlessly and yet, Dust Until Devils did it and did it well. A mix of western, dystopian, and a bit of this and that, and this novel truly stands out and shines.It was fun, adventurous, enthralling, and unbelievably hard to put down. With a rough and tough no nonsense heroine that you can't help but instantly like in a setting that is every bit as rustic as it is horrifying, this truly was a read that I did not want to end. With it's short but riveting chapters you can't help but be sucked in by the action, the adventure and the western feel of it all. I absolutely adored this and even though I believe this is a stand alone novel, I can't help but want a sequel. This seems to be the year for YA. It is not only bigger and badder than it ever has been before but undeniably easy to fall in love with all over again. *ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*
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  • Emma Berquist
    January 1, 1970
    I mean, I like it
  • destiny ☠ howling libraries
    January 1, 1970
    I honestly love stories about infections so much. #noshamegive it to meeee
  • Chelsea
    January 1, 1970
    Mini Review: 3 1/2 stars for me personally (in a bit of a slump and having trouble getting into any books), but a four overall. The writing quality is fantastic for a debut. Rich character dynamics, and this is waaaay more interesting than most journey books. This is what Walk on Earth A Stranger should have been. Action packed from start to finish, this novel is plenty entertaining from the first page. Recommended if a YA western sounds interesting to you!
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  • Mic
    January 1, 1970
    WELL, get ready for an adventure and hold onto your feels--woops too late Emma already shot them. -Willie is 10000% everything -Bearded Ben is like *effortless swoon*-adorable little twins -ALL THE SIBLING LOVE -Curtis is such a sweetie-ADVENTURE -Sam, Sam the little doctor nerd. -Sassysass-yaaaaaassssssssssorry is this a helpful review? i am The Worst.
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  • The Bookavid
    January 1, 1970
    yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssss my body is ready for all the zombie books!!!!!and soon to be a movie ahhhhttp://deadline.com/2017/11/devils-un...
  • Alexandra
    January 1, 1970
    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books*Even if this book releases on 2018 I could keep it down. The Wild West meets zombies in this engaging trip from one city to another and a girl's attempt to save her family.Willie, her brother Micah and her twins brother and sister live in poverty in the small town of Glory. It's the 19th century and Northern America has literally abandoned everyone to the South after the terrifying dis I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books*Even if this book releases on 2018 I could keep it down. The Wild West meets zombies in this engaging trip from one city to another and a girl's attempt to save her family.Willie, her brother Micah and her twins brother and sister live in poverty in the small town of Glory. It's the 19th century and Northern America has literally abandoned everyone to the South after the terrifying disease of the shakes. If you come in contact, you turn into a zombie.When Willie's dad leaves them with a debt and the fear of losing their house and lives, Willie will employ the hunter brothers, in order to travel through the desert and find him. The story was gripping, tragic and quite funny at sometimes. The description of the scenery and the strong physical emotions it causes are shown realistically and I could help but sympathise with Willie.She tries everything for her family and has to be hard in order to survive. Not to mention that the name of the town Glory, reminded me of the Glory town of Rae Carson's series. In an alternative world.There is also romance, even if it's subtle and gentle. The romance wasn't the focus of the plot but it worked perfectly. If westerns and zombies are your thing then "Devils Unto Dust" encompasses both of your preferences!
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  • Lorraine Davino-berquist
    January 1, 1970
    Once you have read the first paragraph you will be unable to stop turning the pages! It has everything I love in a book. A spunky and determined heroine on a quest to protect her family. You feel the desert and the dangers that lie ahead as the novel unfolds. I could not put the book down BUT at the same time I did not want the book to end. Bravo, to my daughter, on her first novel!
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  • Amelinda Bérubé
    January 1, 1970
    Absolutely gripping and deliciously, vividly creepy, with a sense of time and place you can practically taste and writing that gallops - I read it in one sitting and wanted to cheer. Knocks it right out of the park. Give me the movie (AND SEQUELS) now please!!
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  • Brenda McGahagin
    January 1, 1970
    Our family loved this book; read it aloud on a road trip through west Texas. The story is riveting,having engaging plot twists, beautiful description and characters that squeeze your heart. Be prepared for horror, humor, heartbreak and hope.
  • Sabrina
    January 1, 1970
    Devils Unto Dust is tense and engaging and is something akin to a zombie western. I enjoyed every page of this dangerous journey through a desert filled with the dead and can't wait to read more from debut author, Emma Berquist!
  • Lauren ✨ (YABookers)
    January 1, 1970
    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. By the end of this trip I'll be more dust than girl. The desert claims everything, in the end.Summary: This was such a lovely surprise? I don't know what I was expecting but this was so much better. Fantastic characters, tense storytelling, A+ sibling dynamics, and I just really loved Willie and I'm just so hung up on this book that the rating might change. Zombies in the wild west? Fierce heroine? Protective siblings? A beard Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. By the end of this trip I'll be more dust than girl. The desert claims everything, in the end.Summary: This was such a lovely surprise? I don't know what I was expecting but this was so much better. Fantastic characters, tense storytelling, A+ sibling dynamics, and I just really loved Willie and I'm just so hung up on this book that the rating might change. Zombies in the wild west? Fierce heroine? Protective siblings? A bearded and grumpy romantic interest? It has it all! Full review: Ten years ago a disease spread across the West Texas desert and those infected – known as the Shakes – attacked the living and wreaked havoc. Daisy Wilcox, also known as Willie, has been protecting her younger siblings within the fences of Glory, Texas. But when her good for nothing father steals a large amount of cash from a dangerous shake-hunter, Willie has no choice but to leave the safety of Glory to search for her father and the stolen money, accompanied by two young shake-hunters. But the Texan desert is a dangerous place, and not everyone makes it across alive. I will be honest and say that I had heard very little about Devils Unto Dust and so I didn't really know what to expect when I went in, but wow was this such a fantastic book. It's a mesh of genres – western meets horror – and it works SO WELL. Zombies in the Wild West? Like, it's amazing. But that's not even the best part of Devils Unto Dust because the characters are so standout. I adored Willie and her devotion to her family whilst also dealing with personal conflicts about freedom and responsibility and she was such a well-developed protagonist. I also really enjoyed the fact that, whilst protecting her siblings in the relatively safe town of Glory, Willie felt completely out of her element in the desert and it's so realistic. If all of that is not enough to sell you, there are some really great sibling dynamics too (which is totally my weakness). It's less about the zombies, and more about the characters and survival and I loved it. There is also a hint, just a hint, of romance, but it's realistic, sweet, and doesn't overshadow the plot at all (also he's bearded and broody and what more do you want?) So win-win!Devils Unto Dust is brimming with action. From start to finish we're treated with tense storytelling, chilling shake scenes, and short sharp chapters, and edge-of-your-seat moments, and rising emotional stakes. If you're a fan of historical fiction, westerns, zombies, then I would definitely recommend this book.
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  • Carina Olsen
    January 1, 1970
    This was a book that I had to read when I saw that gorgeous cover and read the very exciting summary. And I am pleased to say that this book was pretty great. I didn't fully love it, but it was exciting and I enjoyed it a whole bunch. I am giving it three stars, though, because I know it's also a book that I am going to forget.Which was a bit depressing. But it was still an exciting read, and I did enjoy it from start to finish. There was not anything about it that I hated. But there sadly was n This was a book that I had to read when I saw that gorgeous cover and read the very exciting summary. And I am pleased to say that this book was pretty great. I didn't fully love it, but it was exciting and I enjoyed it a whole bunch. I am giving it three stars, though, because I know it's also a book that I am going to forget.Which was a bit depressing. But it was still an exciting read, and I did enjoy it from start to finish. There was not anything about it that I hated. But there sadly was not anything about it that I loved either. I found the writing to be pretty great, which was good. The book was set far back in time, western time, which I enjoyed lots.There is a lot to talk about when it comes to this book. Going to try my best to explain it all. It's a kind of long book, five hundred pages, but not full of words, so it did not take that long to read it. But I also felt that it could have done with a few hundred pages less, because I was bored so many times. Yes, there was some exciting moments that I enjoyed a lot, but it was also incredibly slow and not much happened at all. I felt like it could have been better. I have seen someone say it was a better version of Walk on Earth a Stranger, and haha. I do not agree with that. Because I loved that book so much, and this one I did not love at all. Devils Unto Dust was similar, except with some type of zombie. But it wasn't the same. This one was much more boring.This book is told from the point of view of seventeen year old Willie. I enjoyed reading about this girl a whole lot. I sadly did not love her, as I did not get to know her well enough at all. But she was exciting to read about, and I did enjoy that. She lives alone with her three younger siblings, their mom dead and their dad a drunk. They are very poor. And living in the desert. I liked reading about her family, though. They were pretty sweet. But there was also too much focus on that in the beginning, for so long. Grew boring.The plot in this book is about the desert not being a safe place. About ten years ago many people started getting sick, then they started attacking others. Sort of like zombies. I feel a little disappointed about this, because while I did like reading about these creatures a lot, there was too little about them. Way too little back story. I wished to know more about them. Anyway. This story starts with Willie's dad stealing money and taking off. With her being told to bring she had to bring him back or take his punishment for stealing.I'm unsure what else to say about this plot. To be honest, there wasn't really that much happening. Willie sets out from her town, to go hunt down her father. She hires some young hunters to help her, because of the creatures outside the walls. All of this book is about her going a few days one way to a different town, then going back again a few days after that. Sure, there are some things happening in the middle of that, but, well, I had kind of expected this book to be a bit more than what I got. Which makes me a little sad.But even so. I did like this book a lot. I found the story to be interesting, and I wanted to know what would happen to Willie. But I also did not love it. I did not love the characters. Felt like it could have been much better. Aw. I think that the reason for why I had issues loving this book was the lack of romance. As there was none. Then suddenly near the end there are hints of a romance. But these hints were way too small and nothing happened. I could have loved this book, maybe, if there had been some awesome romance.I said I had a lot to say about this book. That turned out not to be true. Because I'm having issues finding the words. And I don't think I have anything else to say about it. Devils Unto Dust was exciting at times, but also incredibly boring most of the time. There was one death that just made me angry, and not sad. I wish I could have loved this book, but it wasn't to be. Some parts were good, but nothing I will remember, sadly. Thank you to the publisher for the eARC via Edelweiss, and a lovely person for trading it with me.---This review was first posted on my blog, Carina's Books, here: http://carinabooks.blogspot.no/2018/0...
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  • Teresa
    January 1, 1970
    ****4.5 Stars****This book was fan-freaking-tastic!!!! I started it one evening and ended up staying up til 2:30am just to finish it!Think True Grit meets the Walking Dead...wonderful, strong characters, gripping story line and just enough romance to make me a swoon a little bit. I hope (fingers crossed Emma Berquist hears my pleas to the universe) that there is a follow up just because I want to learn more about Willie, but in all honesty I could survive with this book alone...my imagination is ****4.5 Stars****This book was fan-freaking-tastic!!!! I started it one evening and ended up staying up til 2:30am just to finish it!Think True Grit meets the Walking Dead...wonderful, strong characters, gripping story line and just enough romance to make me a swoon a little bit. I hope (fingers crossed Emma Berquist hears my pleas to the universe) that there is a follow up just because I want to learn more about Willie, but in all honesty I could survive with this book alone...my imagination is pretty good ;)Thanks to HarperCollins for the ARC!
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    I plan to rate this book but I'm not sure if it's a 4 or a 5 I need to think on it bit. This book was amazing!
  • BookLoversLife
    January 1, 1970
    Daisy Wilcox, known as Willie, is just trying to keep her brothers and sister safe from the "shakes". They live on the outskirts of Glory and that's the way she likes it. Since her mother was infected with the incurable disease and turned into a shake, her father has done nothing for them, only drink and gamble. But things are about to change for Willie when her father steals money from one of the most dangerous shake-hunters in town, and he tells her that she must repay his debt, or else! Willi Daisy Wilcox, known as Willie, is just trying to keep her brothers and sister safe from the "shakes". They live on the outskirts of Glory and that's the way she likes it. Since her mother was infected with the incurable disease and turned into a shake, her father has done nothing for them, only drink and gamble. But things are about to change for Willie when her father steals money from one of the most dangerous shake-hunters in town, and he tells her that she must repay his debt, or else! Willie has no choice but to hunt her father down and try to get the money back from him. She has to hire two other shake hunters to help her traverse the unforgiving desert, but more importantly, to keep her safe from the infectious shakes.This book was all kinds of awesome!! I was seriously surprised when I saw that it's actually a debut author that wrote this. I feel like I found a diamond in the rough because I've read so many debut authors, and while their books have been good, they weren't ones that actually blew me away!! This one did, everything about it was brilliant! I adored all the characters. They were extremely well written and developed and were also easy to connect with. Willie is without a doubt, kick ass!! She has a lot on her shoulders and has to keep her brother and the twins safe. Her first thoughts are always with them. I loved her spirit and her tenacity. I also loved Ben and how we see him come out of his shell throughout the story. In fact, all the characters were amazing!! I loved the setting too, it had a wild west feeling. The author did a great job with the world building and gave vivid descriptions of the world, which made it extremely easy to visualise. She explained the infection perfectly and I had no problem believing how easy it spread and that it was incurable. In all, this book was amazing. The writing was descriptive and the plot flowed nicely. The journey Willie undertook to save her family was fraught with danger, and I loved every minute of it!! I will definitely be keeping an eye on this author.
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  • Kristen
    January 1, 1970
    Thinking 4.5! This books was SO intense and addicting! I loved it. Will there be another? I hope so.
  • Erika
    January 1, 1970
    This was a great book! I loved the unique setting - how many books out there have a western and zombie theme?!?!The story follows Willie after she has to go chasing down her drunken father who stole money. Along the way she faces zombies (called shakes) and other hazards of the desert, and learns a lot about family and herself. The characters are great, very well written. I do wish there had been more on Ben and his relationship with Willie. The plot was fast paced and well written. What I also This was a great book! I loved the unique setting - how many books out there have a western and zombie theme?!?!The story follows Willie after she has to go chasing down her drunken father who stole money. Along the way she faces zombies (called shakes) and other hazards of the desert, and learns a lot about family and herself. The characters are great, very well written. I do wish there had been more on Ben and his relationship with Willie. The plot was fast paced and well written. What I also loved was this was a good, clean story. It can be hard to find young adult fiction for middle schoolers and younger​ teens, or just those who don't want the more grown up themes. This book is perfect for that group. No bad language, nothing too gory or scary, and nothing inappropriate for that group. I really liked this book and can see why a movie is being made on it. Definitely a must read!
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  • January 1, 1970
    Couldn’t put it down
  • Kelly
    January 1, 1970
    This book ticked every one of my boxes by description and then delivered on each. Set in west Texas in 1877, the story follows Willie (real name: Daisy, but that's too dainty for her) as she has to find her father, as he's stolen a load of money from McAlister. McAlister promises revenge if that money is not returned. The thing is: no one steps out of Glory alone. Outside of the gates are the shakes. The shakes are hungry, vicious, and will turn you into one of them in an instant. Willie has lit This book ticked every one of my boxes by description and then delivered on each. Set in west Texas in 1877, the story follows Willie (real name: Daisy, but that's too dainty for her) as she has to find her father, as he's stolen a load of money from McAlister. McAlister promises revenge if that money is not returned. The thing is: no one steps out of Glory alone. Outside of the gates are the shakes. The shakes are hungry, vicious, and will turn you into one of them in an instant. Willie has little money, but needs to hire herself a hunter to help her track down her father in another town. Enter the Garrett brothers. Willie leaves behind her brother and twin brother and sister as she goes, but not for long. Micah can't stand the idea of her venturing alone, even with the hunters, and he, along with neighbor Sam, catch up with the crew on the journey.Enter the shakes.Berquist's first novel is the perfect blend of western and horror. The pitch "True Grit" meets "28 Days Later" is absolutely spot on. From page one, I was riveted and loved the entire arc of Willie's story and character. The exploration of grief and guilt is thoughtful and thought-provoking, particularly as Willie sees herself to blame for a lot of the mess that occurs. Saying more would be a spoiler, of course.The writing is pitch perfect, with descriptions of desolation in the desert palpable. Every minute I was not reading this, I was thinking about it and thinking about Willie.Bonus: there is not a romance in this book. Sure, there's a kinship that emerges between Sam and Willie at the end, but we know nothing more will be coming of it. And then there's what happens when they find Pa and ask him what happened to that money. And what happens when they return to Glory to face McAlister again.Mega appeal to fans of westerns, of zombie stories, and to books that are fast paced and action-packed (but without making your head spin). The 500 pages speed by, and it's a stand alone, perfectly contained read.One of my favorites this year so far, hands down.
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  • Jessica McFaddin
    January 1, 1970
    I am sad to finish this book. I loved the desert & fever dream scenes, as well as being on the road with Willie. She leaves Glory to search for her father in order to rescue herself and protect her siblings. Ms. Berquist is especially good at characterizing the closeness of siblings & travelers; she conveys their longings and anguish with restraint. I was surprised many times! Can hardly wait for the sequel!!
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  • Genna
    January 1, 1970
    I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review."What if it isn't the fever that sends them lunging at the healthy, teeth snapping and fingers tearing? Maybe we have it wrong. Maybe this is what humans are truly like, when you take away reason and control and hope. Maybe the shakes aren't sick; maybe they're just honest."The sickness has been running rampant across West Texas for a century, wiping out small dusty towns with considerable speed. The shakes now rule the desert I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review."What if it isn't the fever that sends them lunging at the healthy, teeth snapping and fingers tearing? Maybe we have it wrong. Maybe this is what humans are truly like, when you take away reason and control and hope. Maybe the shakes aren't sick; maybe they're just honest."The sickness has been running rampant across West Texas for a century, wiping out small dusty towns with considerable speed. The shakes now rule the desert, eager to wreck havoc and destroy the few surviving pockets of the living. Willie and her three younger siblings barely scrape by in the outskirts of Glory, surviving off of selling snake skins. But when their drunk of a father steals another gambler's fortune and hightails it out of Glory, threats against her family force Willie to set out across the barren desert teeming with shakes to bring him to justice. Hiring two hunters to assist her in her journey, Willie will risk everything to protect her family, but few who step out of the protected boundaries of Glory return.I typically avoid zombie/infection horror stories like the plague (see what I did there) and yet, here I am, writing another five-star review for a zombie book. If an author can make me fall in love with a book in a genre I usually hate, there must be some damn good writing/characterization happening. In this, Berquist delivers in spades.Devils Unto Dust is primarily a journey book, which I know is a turnoff for certain readers, but the writing here is phenomenal for a debut author. The characters are rich, with Willie being particularly nuanced, and the action is high-stakes enough to keep you turning pages. This is technically what I would consider horror, so not for the weak-stomached, but if you enjoy westerns and zombies (or at least can tolerate them), this is a must-read. There is the slightest hint of romance, which adds a sweetness to an otherwise pretty dark story, but does not overshadow the primary focus, which is Willie's self-examination and personal development. I think Devils Unto Dust has something of a True Grit vibe, allowing for a harrowing, yet incredibly introspective story, as Willie considers what she's searching for and comes to terms with the death surrounding her. Highly recommended.Quote was taken from an ARC and is subject to change upon publication.
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  • Erin Arkin
    January 1, 1970
    Review to come.
  • Merrill Wyatt
    January 1, 1970
    I've been meaning to create a GoodReads account for forever now, but this was the book that finally prompted me to stop procrastinating and just do it. I started the ARC with a bit of trepidation because both westerns and zombie novels tend to be something I either love or hate, so I was worried this might fall into the later. To my huge relief, I LOVED this so much I never wanted it to end! I wanted to crawl right into this world and walk with Willie on her journey from Glory to Best, in search I've been meaning to create a GoodReads account for forever now, but this was the book that finally prompted me to stop procrastinating and just do it. I started the ARC with a bit of trepidation because both westerns and zombie novels tend to be something I either love or hate, so I was worried this might fall into the later. To my huge relief, I LOVED this so much I never wanted it to end! I wanted to crawl right into this world and walk with Willie on her journey from Glory to Best, in search of her Pa and the money he stole. I'm amazed at the way Berquist makes me want to stay in such a dark world, and I have to credit the intricacies of both her characters and the world she's created. Willie is a heroine we can all relate to, a flawed yet determined girl who's been worn down but not broken by the hardness of her life. She's brave and irritable, sensitive yet determined. On her journey, she's accompanied by two 'hunters' and her brother, Micah. Like Willie, these are kind people who find themselves in an unkind world, forced to make decisions between compassion and self-preservation as they fight for survival in a world filled with 'shakes', zombie-like beings who've been turned by the plague. Every time Ben or Curtis looked out across the desert and called, "Sign!" a shiver went down my spine. Unlike most zombie novels, you can see the horde coming towards you - yet there's no place to run to, no place to hide. You're forced to watch death approach you and can only pray that you'll be strong enough, smart enough, and lucky enough to survive. I really hope this is the first of many novels because I can't wait to return to this world of gunslingers, criminals, and the undead who prey on them all.
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  • Adrian Singh
    January 1, 1970
    I don't say this often, but I couldn't put this book down. It's not only fast-paced, and suspenseful but it's BEAUTIFULLY written. Berquist doesn't sacrifice entertainment for style. There are remarkably poetic, and poignant passages about despair, failure and hope (some of which remind me of Atwood's descriptions). The characters are multi-dimensional, nuanced, complicated and broken. I especially appreciate Berquist's development of Willie. She one of the most relateable characters who also in I don't say this often, but I couldn't put this book down. It's not only fast-paced, and suspenseful but it's BEAUTIFULLY written. Berquist doesn't sacrifice entertainment for style. There are remarkably poetic, and poignant passages about despair, failure and hope (some of which remind me of Atwood's descriptions). The characters are multi-dimensional, nuanced, complicated and broken. I especially appreciate Berquist's development of Willie. She one of the most relateable characters who also inspires admiration and awe. I couldn't recommend this more and I HOPE THERE IS A SEQUEL!!!!
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  • Laura Kincaid
    January 1, 1970
    Such a great book - I really enjoyed reading it, it was gripping and incredibly well written! Devils Unto Dust struck the perfect balance of YA and Western for me, and absolutely captured that good gritty feeling that I want when reading about West Texas.
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  • Jennybeast
    January 1, 1970
    Western themed, somewhat historical, with zombie-like creatures. I think the world is solid, and the adventure, while harsh, is well told. For some reason, it just didn't knock my socks off, but I certainly would recommend it without hesitation. Advanced reader's copy provided by Edelweiss.
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  • Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!)
    January 1, 1970
    Full review closer to pub date, but I just really wasn't a huge fan of this one. I wanted more zombie action not just a walk through the desert. It was kind of like a western with a few zombies.
  • Mel (Daily Prophecy)
    January 1, 1970
    That was fabulous! Really addictive.Review to come.
  • Emily May
    January 1, 1970
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