Just when I thought my life could get back to normal, reapers start disappearing. Lucifer won't leave me alone, no matter how much I tell him I'm not interested. When Than disappears, I have to report it to our boss.
Once the beasts attacking the reapers come after me, I know there is nothing I can do except find out where they have come from and why the spirits are coming to me for help. With my personal life going crazy, and the beasts pouncing from the shadows, everything has been thrown upside down.
My only path is to follow my instincts and where the spirits are leading me. It's either that or take Lucifer up on his offer. And no matter how many reapers are going missing, I'm not heading down that road because there would be hell to pay.
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I hope this series continues. The cool narration is reminiscent of Jim Butcher’s Dresden. The female protagonist is as intriguingly different as Kat Richardson’s Harper Blaine. The mythology is wholly unique, and the horror disturbingly odd. Wrong choices, past evils and future uncertainties might unsettle the grim reaper Kerstin. But the devil’s not completely all-powerful after all. And the past isn’t all-enveloping. A cool scary story, where mysterious characters blend with ancient mythology, soulmates can be torn apart but will surely be restored, and hope can hide behind a darker reading of the cards, Death’s Demise completes a deadly encounters trilogy but leaves the page open for more. Please write more! Disclosure: I was given an ecopy and I offer my honest review.