THE COYOTE KINGS
Don’t call fanboys Hamza and Yehat “slackers.” They’re just way too smart for an idiot job market that has beaten them into space-dust. But when old enemies from high school, an ex-CFL leg-breaker turned health-food kingpin, a van full of psychedelic, mind-enslaving drug dealers, and a mysterious Ethiopian woman named Sherem with a centuries-old secret crush them like the walls of a Death Star trash compactor, Hamza and Yehat have only two options: Be awesome. Or die.
Minister Faust's first foray into astonishing adventure, pop culture craziness and Africentric awe, The Coyote Kings is already a cult classic that had readers and critics fluttering with excitement.
- The Philip K. Dick Award
- The Locus Best First Novel Award
- The Compton-Crook Award
A TOP TEN BOOK OF 2004:
- January Magazine, fiction
- Barnes & Noble, SF&F
- Amazon.com, SF&F
- SF Site, SF&F, Editor's Choice
A LOCUS NOTABLE BOOK
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