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Posted May 12, 2012
Some guys get all the hell. Frank 'Triggaltheron' Trigg, having barely averted armageddon two months before in the previous Demon Squad book, is back in the soup when he's beset by several near-simultaneous crises--a zombie-resurrecting necromancer, a called-in favor that means killing a being that already killed a powerful demon's top enforcers, and the rumored resurrection of the Antichrist. He's got to deal with hidden agendas, long odds, dire consequences, apocalyptic endgames, and worst of all, blue balls.
All this is delivered fast and hot, and is a hell of a lot of fun. Trigg is an entertaining, dirty-minded and snarky narrator, sort of like that uncle you never see anymore because of the restraining order. The action and the twists in this tale are well-paced and superbly delivered, running all the way to the surprise at the end that sets up book three. I enjoyed this one a lot, and am looking forward to the next.
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Posted March 30, 2012
The first line actually made me roll my eyes. While the story might make a good late night action flick, it didn't make the type of book that I like to read. The writing was decent, but I didn't like the storyline or characters.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 16, 2011
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