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On the run and reeling from his bloody battle with the demon Orobas, all Harker wants to do is lie low in Lockton, Ohio for a few months and let his physical and spiritual wounds heal. But there are werewolves in the diner, and magically-talented teenagers disappearing all over town. Now Harker's hip-deep in demons again, but this time he's got no backup.
Meanwhile. Detective Rebecca Gayle Flynn and the rest of Harker's team are back home in Charlotte, NC, trying to prove his innocence and figure out Orobas' next move. But no one knows how corrupt Homeland Security or the police department are, or how high the scandal runs. And now some guy shows up claiming to be the great-great-grandson of Doctor Watson (yeah, that Dr. Watson) offering to help?
Will Harker survive a battle with Hell in a small town all on his own?
Can Flynn and Uncle Luke find the proof they need to bring Harker home?
Will they stop Orobas' master plan before he unleashes Hell on Earth?
Who is this mysterious Shadow Council, and what do they want?
When all else fails on Earth, will Heaven Help Us?
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By Natalie @ ABookLoversLife on 02-27-17
It's Quincy Harker, need I say more!!!
Being book 7, I'm not going to go into too much depth about the plot because I could inadvertently spoil something from previous books, all I'll say is that the plot is, once again, well written and developed. Despite trying to lie low, trouble finds Quincy in the form of a werewrolf, a demon fighting witch and a plain old demon who is infusing the local football team with extra abilities. Meanwhile, Rebecca is trying to clear Quincy's name with the help of Uncle Luke, Gabby, and a new character who has ties to someone named Watson ;)
Each book we are introduced to both new and old characters, and along with the wit of the books, it's among the reasons why I love this series so much. Each of the characters bring something special to the overall feel of the book and are all extremely well written and developed. Quincy has firmly cemented himself into my favourites and will remain there. He is such an amazing character and I never tire of his snakiness and attitude!
This series is so good and deserves to be more widely known. It has a bit of everything and are guaranteed to entertain you. I urge you to try the first book, but be aware that once you start, it will be impossible to finish!!!
James Foster can't read these books any better. I've said it multiple times that he is Quincy and nails it every time. He is so easy to listen to and has Quincy's snarky attitude down perfectly. Honestly, this is a narrator to try!! He is amazing.
I was voluntarily provided this free copy by the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Jan on 02-18-17
snarkfest, law enforcement, Dracula, demon, witches, magic, murder investigation, urban fantasy
Welcome to the wacko. Quincy Harker's universe is different from some others, but has a lot in common with them. He is Jonathan Harker's descendant and Vlad Dracula's nephew, he is a demon hunter yet has a guardian Angel. And he works with a local detective. And his current lawyer is a descendant of Dr John Watson. See publisher's blurb for hints and there is no need for spoilers, but that can't begin to prepare you for all the laughs! Get into this snarky madness any way you can, but be warned that this is number seven and that you will want to go back and read more!
James Foster is perfect as the voice of Harker alternating with that of detective Bex Flynn.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By Peter on 03-02-17
This Demon Hunter Kicks Ass.
This book is fun to listen to it is in a similar vein to the Dresden Files but more action hero, so if you like the sound of that you will get on with this.
A world with magic, supernatural creatures, demons and other oddities. Despite some darker tones in the story, the main character has a been there done that attitude which is well reflected in the writing style and their reaction to events.
Both the writing and narration are solid. It clear all the characters have history, motivations and personality the narration helps bring them to life.
It is self contained enough to be enjoyed on its own without having to listen to the rest in the series.
I am happy with the time I spent listening to this book and it left me very interested in finding out more about Quincy Harker's story both past and future.
This should so be the next supernatural action film series.
Well worth a listen if a little short.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.