I bought the Kindle edition as soon as it was available. I enjoyed World Made by Hand
and The Witch of Hebron, but the third book in the series is a disappointment.
Way back when I was a kid, it was common for popular authors to use ghost writers. The author would give his plot outline to the ghost writer, and then when the book was finished it would be published under the famous writers name. If I wasn't aware that the practice had gone out of vogue I would think that's what happened with this third book.
The first two were interesting and believable. This book essentially ignores the characters developed in the earlier volumes in favor of disjointed vignettes that get so convoluted you need a pencil and a legal pad to keep up with them. The plot, such as it is, is ridiculous and unbelievable. The new characters are poorly developed and the dialogue is infantile. I don't know what Kunstler was thinking about while he was working on this book, but it was not his storylines from the first two books. I wish I had saved my money on this one.