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Actually, lot of demons get their arses kicked, but that is niether here nor there.
I had not heard of this Yancy fellow before this book. Whoops! My mistake!!! How had I not heard of Mr. Lazarus before this? Well, now I am not only intrigued, but I am also hooked!
This book starts off with a major shock for Lazarus, as he wakes up in literal Hell, and from there his day goes to crap. This character has lot in common with some of th Urban Fantasy characters I do know, like Harry Dresden, Sandman Slim, Montague and Strong, and Nate Temple. My sad face comes from the fact that this is Book 5. FIVE. I've missed out on some great reading, brilliant writing, and stellar narration. I do not exaggerate. This book took me to all kinds of places, and nevr once did we end up in a trailer park or a port-a-potty. The story rolls in, grabs you, sticks your head underwater, and makes you fight to catch a breath.
I'm guessing that by now, Charlie Kevin has really moved into his role as Yancy, as he is familiar enough with it to be comfortable, and yet attached to it enough to add some real emotion. Yancy is HIS character, but that doesn't mean he skimped out on the others. Not by any means. Nope. He plays them like he had a box full of people in his brain that he could switch out in a moment's notice. So great job all around. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.
Needless to say, now that my interest has been piqued I will HAVE to go an get more of this wonderful character, and see what he got himself into before this!
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I've been an avid reader for some time. When I found the 4th book was out I finished it and the 5th was ready for me.
My favorite aspect of this series is the Voice, not just the narrator, though he Is on point, but the voice and flow of dialogue.
The whole tale is linked from absurd happening to vicious beating, wash & repeat.
Each triumph and defeat comes at the reader sideways, always unique enough to be entertaining.
I'll read them all again.
To the Author,
You are rocking it brother, seriously, keep that sh*t up!