Unquenchable Fire, Temporary Agency (Rachel Pollack)

Unquenchable Fire: Long, rambly, mess of a novel that nonetheless works. Incredibly imaginitive and compelling story of a neo-Pagan United States — but that sounds lame and doesn’t even begin to do justice to the book or its story. A recommended read.

Temporary Agency: A sequel, of sorts, to Unquenchable Fire, or at least a story in the same milieu. Much more focused and plot-driven than the first book. Short — practically novella-length, padded by a large font and very wide margins. Very much worth reading; and very refreshing seeing a story of someone who sincerely believes in the world around them instead of the standoffish, denying heroine of UF.