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Piper is no Jane Yellowrock. Do not expect Piper to be a strong kickass woman. Piper must acquire fighting skills to become a demon fighter that I would follow. The story becomes distracting with her wishy-washy thought process. First, she will trust Jack and distrust Abe and then reverse. Nothing overt in either of their actions requires all that over thinking. That detracted from much of the story.
When we meet her, Piper is a con-person. Her chosen profession was selected for no apparent reason other than it is a money maker. The first 1/4 of the book her life choices are based on her ignoring one of her best skills. RESEARCH.
She becomes pious when her powers manifests and cannot lie, even when she should keep her mouth shut.
We follow Piper who does not have any idea in hell of the forces that are jerking her around. She picks up snatches of information and becomes expert enough to fight demons.
The first 9 hours of the story were not riveting – remember, she is going back and forth about who to trust. When the big event occurs, it is more like amateur hour. Who do you take to a fight, a priest or a fighter?
If you want a better ghost paranormal novel try Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper By: J. L. Bryan.