Following his celebrated debut, Horace Afoot, Frederick Reuss returns with another endearing hero-a six-year-old Gnostic with a photographic memory. Henry is being reared, at least intermittently, by gamblers, thieves, whores, and priests in one of America's most notorious sin cities. But from time to time, he seems to believe he's living as a saint in 5th century Byzantium, making this an ironic, funny, and heart-rending account of the ways we become our own saviors by choosing what to believe.

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