I was excited to win a copy of No Less Days because I was intrigued by the main character, an immortal who owns a bookstore, and was curious to see what role spirituality would play in the story. Unfortunately, I found the story very uneven. It took forever for something to happen. Then, there was quick resolution followed by another long wait for the next action.
The main character discovers he is not the only immortal (Longevite) and is curious about the small circle of friends who have a story similar to his own. But, are they the good people they seem? One of them isn't, and this sets up the main drama for the story. How the characters handle this bad guy and the way prayer is used to justify their vigilante actions made me really uncomfortable.
In the end, No Less Days just isn't the book for me.