For Max Pendleton, the New Mexico town of Sueño Roto is dreary and lonesome. Unfortunately, it is also his new home. Forced by a crippled economy to take up residence at his wife’s uncle’s vacant, desolate house, Max finds himself entangled not only in a sinister revenge plot, but also in something enigmatically unknown. As his shaky marriage crumbles, he finds inspiration in the least likely of places. Sometimes a man’s best friend truly is his dog.
In Voiceless, Zelazny draws the account of a desperate life in the dust and shines the light of hope into the darkest of places.
"Trent Zelazny's work is as powerful as a .45 slug and as memorable and pleasing as a scar obtained during feverish sexual activity. One of the best of the new breed of writers...I have someone new to admire." --Joe R. Lansdale
"A powerful and good writer...someone who's been through hell and come out, I hope, the other side." --Neil Gaiman
"Trent Zelazny has already begun to carve out his own genre niche. He's got the right stuff to make fiction both engrossing and literate." --Tom Piccirilli