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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
God Of Small Affairs is a work of fantasy fiction centered on themes of culture, belief, community, and hope, and was penned by author Olga Werby. Set in a small town in the mid-west, our central character Jon Uolan is descended from the elders of a First Nation tribe. When he receives the task to bring home a ‘small god’, a god of everything who can actively help in the local community, a simple task soon turns sinister. The small god Ay-Tal Blue is shot, and Jon finds the finger pointed at him for murder. But worse than this, the community and the tribe are falling apart as people cease to believe in the old ways and move towards modernity.
Suitable for all readers due to no graphic content, this is a fascinating and intellectual read about the tapestry of life that is woven by each participant, and how even a single thread may affect it. Author Olga Werby creates a strong sense of community and unity in her writing, developing characters who seem as real as people we pass on the street, and whose interactions bring a strange, grounded sense of realism to this fantasy story. With elements of suspense, thrills and paranormal aspects creeping in at its edges, this is ultimately a tale of strength, belief, and culture which really resonates with the disparate state of the world today. Overall, God Of Small Affairs is an excellent work which comes highly recommended for fans of literary fantasy and culture-centric works.