Posts Tagged: demons

Review: Black Dog (Hellhound Chronicles #1) by Caitlin Kittredge

Review: Black Dog (Hellhound Chronicles #1) by Caitlin Kittredge

November 11, 2014 Review 2 ★★★

BLACK DOG, book one in the Hellhound Chronicles, had some aspects I definitely was not a fan of. However, for the most part, BLACK DOG is a dark urban fantasy, packed to the brim with characters, plot lines and action, and is a wild ride through a new world Kittredge has created.

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Release Day Review: Seventh Grave and No Body (Charley Davidson #7) by Darynda Jones

Release Day Review: Seventh Grave and No Body (Charley Davidson #7) by Darynda Jones

October 21, 2014 Review 2 ★★★★

SEVENTH GRAVE AND NO BODY delivers exactly what readers have come to expect from the Charley Davidson series, with snark, sexiness and sweetness, all rolled up into one book. Those unfamiliar with the series may not want to start here, but if you’re caught up on the latest of Charley, I would suggest diving right in, so you don’t miss a single thing!

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Review: Red Blooded (Jessica McClain #4) by Amanda Carlson

Review: Red Blooded (Jessica McClain #4) by Amanda Carlson

September 11, 2014 Review 2 ★★★

RED BLOODED is an unsurprising addition to the Jessica McClain series. By that I mean it follows Jessica’s mishaps and constant fight for survival in a fast-paced ride through the book. Though the setting is imaginative and different, and we learn more about Jessica’s history and the prophecy that everybody in the supernatural world is concerned about, which is rewarding, RED BLOODED lacks the interplay between Jessica and the more well-known characters, such as Rourke or Ray, which is disappointing.

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Review: Beverly Hills Demon Slayer (Demon Slayer, #6) by Angie Fox

Review: Beverly Hills Demon Slayer (Demon Slayer, #6) by Angie Fox

July 25, 2014 Review 1 ★★★★

BEVERLY HILLS DEMON SLAYER is a fun book with some wacky dialogue, wonky magic, and weird creatures. This was yet another series that I am starting six books in but luckily it can be read as a standalone. The plot is pretty straightforward and even at its darkest moments it is able to keep things pretty light with a witty comment or two.

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Review: The Demon Creed (Demon Outlaws, #3) by Paula Altenburg

Review: The Demon Creed (Demon Outlaws, #3) by Paula Altenburg

July 5, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

THE DEMON CREED was a brilliant ending to the Demon Outlaw trilogy. I absolutely loved the rich world building in this series. The fact that this world is our future Earth is hard to grasp as it just feels so alien until a character mentions a Speedway or airplanes that used to fly in the sky.

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Review: Angel Kin (Angel Assassins #1) by Tricia Skinner

Review: Angel Kin (Angel Assassins #1) by Tricia Skinner

June 24, 2014 Review 4 ★★★★

I think I’ve mentioned my love of all things angel at least once, so I won’t reiterate, but I will say that ANGEL KIN was a lovely addition to that bookshelf. The Nephilim ride again in this battle for good versus evil in an urban Detroit rife with supernatural creatures.

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Review: Magic City: Recent Spells edited by Paula Guran

Review: Magic City: Recent Spells edited by Paula Guran

June 21, 2014 Review 2 ★★★★

Short stories are a difficult form to master in any case, but when it comes to sci-fi and fantasy, the author has an even tougher challenge: building an entire world in just a few pages. As with any short-story collection featuring multiple authors, some of the contributions to MAGIC CITY: RECENT SPELLS, edited by Paula Guran, are more successful than others. Ultimately, I think the anthology does a great job of showcasing many different interpretations of ‘urban fantasy’ and gives readers the chance to discover something new.

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Review: White Heart of Justice (Noon Onyx #3) by Jill Archer

Review: White Heart of Justice (Noon Onyx #3) by Jill Archer

June 19, 2014 Review 0 ★★★

I’ll admit it – after book two in the Noon Onyx series, I wasn’t super eager to keep reading. However, as soon as the cover to WHITE HEART OF JUSTICE came out, I knew I had to stick with it, logic being that there was no way a cover so pretty could be on a bad book. Luckily, I was rewarded with a well-written world, a maturing heroine, and enough action to keep me entertained the whole book.

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Review: Banishing the Dark (Arcadia Bell #4) by Jenn Bennett

Review: Banishing the Dark (Arcadia Bell #4) by Jenn Bennett

June 2, 2014 Review 6 ★★★★

Finishing a beloved series is always difficult, but Jenn Bennett ended the Arcadia Bell series with as much chemistry, adventure, and love as the strongest of its predecessors. In BANISHING THE DARK, readers have a chance to revisit and enjoy the relationships and characters that made us fall in love in the first place.

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Review: The Dark World (Dark World #1) by Cara Lynn Shultz

Review: The Dark World (Dark World #1) by Cara Lynn Shultz

May 30, 2014 Review 0 ★★★

For the first few chapters, THE DARK WORLD by Cara Lynn Shultz couldn’t hold my attention. I found the start of the book clunky, over-flowing with adverbs and unnecessary speech tags. The author wastes paragraphs on everyone’s hair, but skips over important emotional moments, like when Dottie the ghost girl tells the main character she killed herself because she was a pregnant teen in the ‘50s. Even the action scenes felt flat. Then Logan Bradley appeared, and the book got a new life.

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