He lives to kill monsters. He keeps his city safe. And his silver hollow-points and back-from-the-dead abilities take out any kind of unnatural threat. But between this bad-ass bounty hunter and rescuing the most helpless of victims stands the one evil he can’t defeat….
For Deacon Chalk, loyalty is worth dying for. And now that something has taken were-spider Charlotte’s un-hatched children and one of his closest friends, he’ll tear up the human and supernatural underworlds to find them. But with his allies stripped away by an invincible Yakuza hit man and time running out, Deacon must face down the most ancient of demonic entities. And his last hope means surrendering to the inner darkness waiting hungrily to consume him….
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Deacon Chalk Book 1.5.. Worth a listen.
- Cliff "I like scifi and urban fantasy. I don't like romance novels. If you are the same my reviews should help."
So good it should be considered a full book
No. Don't get me wrong the book is an amazing sequel to an amazing book. My concern is that my friend would feel lost not to mention it would ruin the first novel because it spoils it in an attempt to catch the reader up.
Deacon. He's so complex. I want to label him an antihero but that's too simplistic. He has many layers that are getting pealed away as the series progresses.
I've listed on the previous Deacon Chalk books and his amazing narration holds up.
How much I cared for certain female character who involved in the climax, I don't want to spoil it, which was shocking because she was only in the story for five minutes and in the series as a brief mention before that.
A amazing story but should be read after the previous entries.