Wednesday, May 4, 2016

The 11th Demon REVIEW


WHOA! This book is GREAT! It's face paced, it's gripping, it's....great! This is the 3rd book in this series, but it's not necessary to have read the first two. With that said, I'm now looking to get the first two because this one was so good. The plot centers around a demon hunter by the name of Jonathan Steel, who has a past he can't remember. Each time he gets a snippet of his memory back he becomes violently ill and must take a break from trying to remember. What caused this?! The previous books are alluded two in terms of the previous demons, so for pure enjoyment factor I do suggest reading the other two. Former enemies must band together to tackle this 3rd demon. 

From the Back:
From the back cover: Jonathan Steel is a demon hunter by trade, taking out demons with revenge as his motivator. The demons have taken away people he has loved, including the one woman who could have revealed his past to him. Now, saddled with protecting both his new partner and his mentor’s nephew, Steel returns to Louisiana, where he must move into a house full of horrifying memories. Meanwhile, Vivian Darbonne, a powerful demon who just lost her husband to Steel, embarks on a desperate search for a mysterious artifact called the Ark of the Demon Rose, just as a new evil cult rises from the darkness and threatens to engulf the world in chaos. As seats of power are covertly altered within the government, Steel knows that to defeat the cult, he must first find an ancient chest that holds the secret to defeating the eleventh demon—and most importantly, gain power over the Council of Darkness.

My thoughts:

I LOVE this book! I love how it is told in the perspective of different characters, and each character is so vastly different than the others. They are well developed and real. This is definitely the type of book you will not want to put down. For me, it was a staying up into the wee hours of the morning type of read. Suspenseful, well written, and entertaining! Well done!

**I received this from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion. I wasn't required to write a positive review, nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family.**

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