The Edge of Temptation : Gods of the Undead

  • by Peter Meredith
  • Narrated by Steve Rausch
  • Series: Gods of the Undead
  • 12 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Eighteen months have passed since New York City was destroyed and Jack Dreyden is still crisscrossing the nation, going after stray demons, only he isn't taking them on as a necromancer dealing in the currency of stolen souls. No, Jack is battling as a sorcerer using his own soul to power spells that he is just beginning to master.
Jack thinks that he is the hunter, hot on the trail of his cousin, Robert Montgomery, but in truth, he is being played, maneuvered into ever more dangerous traps and pitted against every sort of outlandish creature that can be found beyond the gates of hell.
Robert wants him out of the way so that he can be free to go after something huge, a relic out of forgotten history. A weapon that will tip the scales in his direction and make him an equal to the Gods of the Undead.
And only Jack has any chance to stop him. Blood, death, destiny, and the ultimate sacrifice bring Jack to the edge of temptation. The darkest temptation.


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can't wait for 3

can't wait for book 3 ! number 2 sets it up to he a killer series
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- jake

Not as Cover Suggests..

What disappointed you about The Edge of Temptation?

Looking at the cover, you'd think this is a post apocalyptic book with soldiers, dead people and crumbling civilization. Well, dead people it has. Somewhere in the book soldiers pop up, although their so insignificant I don't remember them. I got this book because the first was pretty interesting...a PA novel with a twist, academics using ancient magic to bring upon demons, which turn people into zombies, sort of. The magic was neat, the history of the ancient arts the characters performed was well written, but I assumed it would be more than that. If you're into that read the first book, much better. This one is one magic spell after another after another after another. Pretty soon I was like, ok I get it, another demon is coming. ,And each one was the demon to end all demons. Until the next. It was all about getting to the next safe location, (that which had no demons yet) whether that be a clearing in the grass or a rooftop to have enough time to cast the next spell to kill the next demon. I don't even remembered how it ended, I'm just glad it did.

Oh and the main character is in love with his cousin. Ewww.

Has The Edge of Temptation turned you off from other books in this genre?


What about Steve Rausch’s performance did you like?

His performance was fine.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?


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- Michele James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-16-2016
  • Publisher: Peter Meredith