Hell Bent

Hell Bent

by eden Hudson


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Finally free of his sadistic captor, the holy champion is now trapped in a much darker hell-his own mind.

His only hope is a vampire he can't even remember.

She loves him, but can she save him?

Hell Bent is the second book in the Redneck Apocalypse series.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781514211991
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/04/2015
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

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Hell Bent (The Redneck Apocalypse Series, #2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
InvestedIvana More than 1 year ago
“Baaaaagggggghhhhhhh!” I yell at 11:30 at night after finishing Hell Bent. “IT CAN’T BE THE END OF THE BOOK. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?!?” In bed next to me, Hubby, who has been jolted awake by my anguished yell, does not share my pain. He’s weird like that. I had to email the author immediately to share my pain with someone who’d understand, and to be sure there would be a Book 3. She assures me she’s hard at work on it now. Whew! I really have a hard time reviewing this series because I find it so stunningly good. The dysfunctional nature of everyone in the book is… I won’t say familiar exactly, because compared to many I have had a very good life. But I can relate. I can feel the confusion and emotion and frustration of each character as they try to do what they think is right, though they feel woefully inadequate to the task, and continually screw it up. Hell Bent has some mind-blowing twists that I, at least, didn’t expect. The relationships get more complex, more about each character is revealed, and damn if the world isn’t about to explode… when the book ends. Thus my anguished, late night cry. If you liked Shannon in the Lion’s Den (Book 0.5) or Halo Bound (Book 01) at all, pick up this book to see what happens next. Purchased. Review courtesy of onebooktwo.com | one book, two reviews.
T_After More than 1 year ago
If you haven't, read Halo Bound first. More pre-apocalyptic goodness, Hell Bent picks up the second Halo Bound left off, and at the same pace. There aren't pages and pages of explanations about stuff you should already know, which makes the second book fly by if you just finished the first one. The writing is smooth, the drama is like swallowing broken glass as characters take cases of dynamite to rock bottom. I cringed. I asked why. I sheepishly conceded I might have done the same thing, under the circumstances, and felt just as guilty. The whole book is a tribute to Murphy's law, and if a character escaped something in Halo Bound, they're bathed in it in Hell Bent. It's darker, grittier, and the playful side is gone, but it also digs deeper into the fabric of Halo and the wars past and to come. As in Halo Bound, the focus is on the characters. They're not noble, they're not omnipotent, and they occasionally make soul-wrecking decisions in a fit of bad temper and short-term thinking, but they're also smart enough to own their mistakes. And when they manage to lift themselves out of their own mess long enough to look around, they're capable of heartbreaking sacrifice. A lot happens in just a few days of "book time", and it sets up the third installment nicely for the end of the world.