Eli and Charlie Sisters kill people. They are very good. But Eli is having something of a mid-life crisis -- just because you're good at something, does that mean you're meant to do it?
deWitt's novel has everything you could ask of a Western: wit, violence, treasure. The only trouble is it moves so fast, and you're having so much fun, it's easy to miss the fact that the book is saying some big, important things, too.