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Publisher's Summary

Remaining in the hero life had been a difficult decision for Travis Colfax. He's managed, so far, to juggle the demands of his team with the usual daily stress. His inner demons, however, are becoming more vocal.
Struggling to catch the remaining Morlocks in New Port Arthur is difficult enough, but the ill wind blowing in threatens to grow into a maelstrom of problems.
Travis' brother's return from the West Coast is initially a cause for celebration, though he speaks of corruption within the hero community. Someone is setting off bombs in the city, creating more chaos. And as something dark starts to conduct swift and brutal attacks on the team in the dead of night, the strain on Travis begins to unravel his poise.
Then there is the one last question: what is Firegod?
©2014 Robert McCarroll (P)2015 Robert McCarroll
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 01-11-17

Better than the last.

Loved it more than the first. Even the reader seems to have improved though could still use some work.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Jazz T on 12-04-15

Worth reading but not much story advancement

Would you listen to Shadowdemon again? Why?

In the end yes I would listen to Shadowdemon again. Despite a lot of the information being repeated from the first book: description of the same bureaucracy and the trouble it causes, some of the same villains with few new ones, same development and growth issues (although this one does have new elements added) I still thing this was a good worth listening to again. Its different and interesting I just wish it was

Who was your favorite character and why?

Shadowdemon since he is the main character.

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