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"There are things in this world that men and women aren't meant to understand. We aren't supposed to know these things exist, much less how to fight them. The things that go bump in the night, the monsters in the closet, the shadow out of the corner of your eye - that's where I live."
This exciting new series from the author of "The Black Knight Chronicles" and the "Bubba the Monster Hunter" short stories is a walk through the dark side, where things go bump in the night, and somebody has to bump back. Quincy Harker is that somebody.
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By Natalie @ ABookLoversLife on 01-15-16
This rocked so much!!! I started this and read in in a day. Absolutely loved it and highly highly recommend!
I'm not going to say too much about the plot because it's such a short book that I don't want to spoil it. I will say that it's extremely fast paced and entertaining. I devoured it and honestly didn't want it to end. I don't know how many times I literally laughed out loud with the banter, but I know my boys were looking at me weird!!
Harker was one of the best characters I've read in a long time. He was super snarky and foul mouthed but so lovable :) He is Dracula's nephew and hunts demons. This starts with him doing an exorcism with his surly attitude and never stops from there! I'm so looking forward to more of Harker!
In all, an absolutely delightful and fun read. Only thing is, I need book 2 now!
I thought James Foster couldn't get any better, but he proved me wrong with this book. His rendition of the surly Harker was phenomenal. He really nailed the performance and I hope he does the rest of the series.
*I received a copy of this for review. This in no way affects my thoughts.*
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By TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer on 11-25-15
A good lure
This was just plain fun. There is something here that hooked me. It was dark, and full of sarcasm. It gets a little "left-wingy" at times which I could do without, I just thought it was the writer being a bit "snarky". The story did not need jabs at Fox News to have a good story. Also, there was one VERY long and protracted Latin section I could have done without. But as for the story and the characters, all top-notch and I will be digging in to this series in the very near future.
The narrator (James Foster) gave it a real "old-timey" hard-boiled detective sound and feel that really added to the mood. It made me want to find more of his work.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful
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By Tony Bough on 12-09-15
This is cool. Just get it!!!!
What made the experience of listening to Raising Hell the most enjoyable?
It's funny. It's engaging. It's just plain good!! That characters are great as is the story. Dracula is great. The only downside is that I want more!!
What other book might you compare Raising Hell to, and why?
Not sure really. It's kind of like a manga movie in terms of a different take on a recognised character set. Really good story with no fear of the subject matter.
What about James Foster’s performance did you like?
It's was good. It gave the story a great edge and really got me into it.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
So you think you know Dracula? Just say uncle...
Any additional comments?
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