For a Few Demons More (Hollows Series #5)

For a Few Demons More (Hollows Series #5)

by Kim Harrison
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For a Few Demons More (Rachel Morgan Series #5) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 587 reviews.
Kasia_S More than 1 year ago
Slipping back into Kim Harrison's world of Rachel and her friends and foes is very comforting. It makes me wish that I could never leave it because once I start reading her books I feel lost and amazed, the real world forgotten and far away in my mind. Each new volume beckons me to indulge in another fantastic adventure where the fights, jokes, puns, some wicked magic and charismatic characters hold me in a trance until the last page is devoured.

The fifth book of the series has been the book of changes, so much happens from when we last saw Rachel, her solid ground composed of Jenks, Ivy, Kisten, Ceri, David, Glenn and few others is unraveling in all directions. She is torn between her wild romance with Kisten and the lurking desires she's growing for Ivy, not sure whether she wants to be friends or more, debating with herself while fighting werewolves, pissed of demons, alluring vampires, tricky elfs, hilarious pixes and not so nice witches and all sorts of enigmatic creatures with agendas of their own. With power struggles happening between those at the top of the food chain, Rachel is caught in the middle with everything she holds dear at stake. I can't say any more, these books can be easily spoiled; something that I knew was going to happen did in deed happen and it didn't lessen the shock but it took something away form me. So for those who aren't up to this book, start from the beginning and don't go peaking at spoilers.

The ending was so intense that I was torn between being afraid of reading through it and not wanting to see how the whole demon tangled up mess would resolve and unable to wait for the sixth book to arrive in the mail so I can rip the box open and pounce on it. Each character has been so lovingly written and so incredible real that any pain they went through I felt as well. Reading their stories and following their dreams, victories and fights always made me feel close to them, as if they were part of my own family. I am embarrassed to say but by page 444 tears were bubbling in my eyes, and I was a sobbing mess, I can't remember the last time a book made me cry! I can honestly say that this is my favorite series of all the books I have ever read, I can't imagine anything being warmer and filled with more glow, magic and real heart than this gem of a series. Utter perfection in my opinion and the more the better.

- Kasia S.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
People writing review need to PLEASE STOP WRITING SPOILERS!!!!!!!!!!
It would be nice to read reviews without being told who dies!! this is so rude!!!!
Strawberry_Vamp More than 1 year ago
In For a Few Demons More by Kim Harrison, Rachel Morgan, Jenks, and Ivy Tamwood leap over hurdles and go where few have gone before. Kim Harrison's vivid language gives insight to her mind and that of her characters.
kate.peterson More than 1 year ago
I just finished her previous book, "Handful of Charms", and I am literally bouncing in my chair, waiting to get off work and go get this book. This series has become my absolute favorite. I absolutely recommend it, if you want a good laugh and some non stop action.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it.
runnyink More than 1 year ago
Most conclusive story yet. This story finishes up a few long-standing plot-lines, and even showcases a little character development, without drastically changing the characters. Any fan of Kim Harrison's Hollows series will be satisfied after this installment. Rachel is finally coming into her own, accepting what she is and using it, instead of fighting it in that cowardly way she always did. Rachel has less fear of society in this book, which is great, but may come back to bite her in the ass. In this novel, unfortunately, Jenks is very slightly out of character.
57stillkicking More than 1 year ago
It just keeps getting better. I enjoyed this book as I enjoyed all the others in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
fantastic book! loved the whole series can't wait for the next book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This might have been my favorite in the series thus far but I can only give it 3 starts because am stunned and disappointed that a character I was really beginning to root for is now gone. This character's involvement in the story is what has made it hard for me to put down the last few books and now I don't know if I should rush through the next book looking for something to fill my void and/or hoping that this character is somehow brought back (though this seems very unlikely) or just give this series up and look for something else because I'm so disappointed one of my favorite characters won't be there anymore.
azneomom More than 1 year ago
Not exactly literature, but fast-paced and fun. The main character annoys me at times...she whines a bit too much for my taste, and her self-deprecation is starting to convince me that she is, in fact, stupid. I read it on a plane in between bribing my kids to nap or watch cartoons. It was the perfect, mindless, entertaining read for that situation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In the fifth book I found myself very sad at the end but it was definitely a good read and I'm sure the sad part had it's reason for being there, I'll just have to wait for explanation in further books.................
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like all the books I've read so far, enjoy the puns
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This one keeps you on the edge of your seat all the way to the end!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Go Rachel! What a character! The whole seroeyes of Rachel Morgan is brilliant. Vampires,pixies,demons, witches,magic,who could ask for more?
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This book was very good and unpredictable...
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,I am up to no.11. Cannot put it down. I love jenks and his family. Good characters and plot. Each book shows growth with the ensemble.