Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter

Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter

by A. E. Moorat
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Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Originally posted at: www.longandshortreviews.blogspot.com ***** When I saw the cover for Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter, I had a vision of the journey I was about to take. I saw an older Queen, her long suffering nation, and a crap load of zombies. So imagine my shock when I opened the first page, started reading, and discovered my first impression was way off the mark. Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter is smart, hilarious, gory, and so unlike anything on the market that you can't help but question your own morals and depravity for deriving enjoyment from reading it. The book is actually a mash-up of intertwined stories that come together. You have Lord Quimby and his manservant Perkins who have found a way to reanimate the dead, Queen Victoria who comes to power at an early age and finds herself falling in love with the quiet and even-tempered Prince Albert, and the demon slaying Maggie Brown who has taken a vow to protect the new sovereign from harm while ensuring the evil taint which would overtake the world remain in hell where they belong. There is a lot of interplay, with plot twists and turns that will throw you for a whammy. As the story progresses, all of the wonderfully developed characters play their part, and the result is a fascinating tale that is as macabre as it is brilliant. Each storyline presents a little something for everyone. Be it gore (zombie or demon style, courtesy of Lord Quimby), romance (Victoria and Albert's love story is exceptional and well written for the page time provided them), or campy action (Maggie Brown has cemented a place at the top of my all time favorite characters list). Added in for good measure are demon politics, dark plans to take over the world, and dastardly villains who would rip Victoria and Albert apart if given the chance. While not for everyone, I thoroughly enjoyed Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter. Although it is not a romance novel per se, Victoria and Albert have several scenes that will grip the heart, and the threat to their happiness eventually brings their love front and center. I would recommend this story to anyone who has been searching for something dark, comical, and different. This is definitely one book that, like it or not, you won't be able to forget.
librarysusie More than 1 year ago
This was a fun book if a bit gory at times.It is very camp and humorous. Set in the time of Queen Victoria and there are demons and zombies running around . Queen Victoria is a pretty tough demon hunter, she can swing an ax with the best of them. I also liked the fact that the head of her Protektors is a woman and the best on her team is also a woman.This Queen Victoria is no girly girl she doesn't take crap from anyone and has a mind of her own! The Supporting characters are great Quimby & Perkins will make you laugh. The last 100 pages were filled with action and the ending makes you wonder if there will be another one,although the story is wrapped up well. All in all a fun romp.
harstan More than 1 year ago
At the time of the Fall, Lucifer descend into hell with his followers except for Baal and his clan who hr ordered to remain on earth to sow discord and cause wars between the human race. The demons of Baal lost their immortality, but still exist as Queen Victoria will learn on June 19, 1837 when a succubus tries to assassinate her. The Royal ProteKtor and demon hunter Maggie Brown saves the life of Her Highness. Her new Prime Minister Lord Melbourne tells her bout demons living in England. Meanwhile Lord Quimby unaware of evil in the country is creating zombies in order to conduct medical experiments. Queen Victoria ignores demonic threats as she prepares to marry her beloved Prince Albert. They are happy together unril werewolves under the command of someone close to the thrown abduct Albert. Victoria plans to rescue her husband even if it means entering hell. This supernatural historical thriller has cross genre appeal as Victoria proves to be a nineteenth century Lara Croft; a fighter who understands she must put England and her people first, Albert second. She risks her life to rescue Albert, who has concealed a secret from his wife that could change the course of the future. Magic, mayhem, and royal intrigue combine to make Queen Victoria Demon Slayer an entertaining spellbinder. Harriet Klausner
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I cant believe this was only 99cents. Great book, gory, well written, fun, awesome battle scenes, even romance. No negatives.
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