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Angel Town (Jill Kismet) Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 2011
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"Packed with nonstop action, it's a compelling tale...Jill is a tough cookie with a surprisingly mushy center, and Saintcrow captures these seeming contradictions in her character with aplomb and believability." --- Romantic Times
"This mind-blowing series remains a must-read for all urban fantasy lovers." --- bittenbybooks.com
"Lyrical language and movie-worthy fight scenes are staples in Saintcrow's novels, and this one is no exception." --- midwestbookreview.com
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Positive: Jill Kismet. Wow. What a kick-ass heroine. She's scarred and almost broken but she just keeps fighting back, unwilling to let those she loves die at the hands of the dark forces that seep through every crack in her beloved town. I compare every other urban fantasy heroine to Jill Kismet and, sadly for them, many come up short. She's someone I'd want defending my back, should my town ever be overrun my demons (or zombies or blood-thirsty bunnies or whatever).
Positive: The worldbuilding. Santa Luz is a dark, troubled town filled with people who are willing to bargain away their humanity for power. But there are people around who battle to protect the town, people like Jill. A hunter, Jill works with the police, who call her when things get...weird. I love how each hunter has his or her special way of dealing with the Nightside and own belief system, how silver spits sparks when darkness comes, and how the demons have a slimy, politician-like charm.
Wish: Do we have to leave this world? Don't wanna.
Overall: Jill Kismet will forever have a place in my heart. Write on, Lilith Saintcrow.
Jill is a great character, so afraid that her bargain with Perry has taken her own soul, yet so sure that she has to protect "her" town and its people. She never hesitates to sacrifice herself for that goal even though there are no real rewards for what she does. She's a true heroine. Don't try to pick this book up if you haven't read the others, you'll be hopelessly lost. Start from the beginning and be prepared for non-stop action and a great thrill ride of a story.
Lilith Saintcrow's final book in the Jill Kismet series, Angel Town, wraps things up nicely!
As you might remember Jill died last time at the end, so when the new book came out I was wondering what was going to happen. And the answer was quite simple, she came back. That's nothing new in the world of the supernatural, it's more shocking when someone stays dead! So Jill returns, yet her memory is slow to come back.
But she's not without it the entire time or anything, it actually comes back faster than I thought it would. Of course there are still things she doesn't always remember about herself. She may know she's Jill, but she doesn't remember 100% who Jill is. Get it?
Besides trying to gain her complete memory back, Jill has to save the world. Only this time she's going to need some help. There's also the pesky Pericles that she still has to deal with as well.
Things between Jill and Saul aren't the same though. Saul was in a bad place himself when he found out Jill died. When she returns though he's determined to never let her leave his sight again.
I don't want to get into a lot of details about this one since it is a series ender. Which it was really good too! Thought the ending was good with many surprises towards the end!
Overall rating 4/5 stars
Earlier volumes in the Jill Kismet series were hampered by Saintcrow's uncertainty about where she was taking the series -- it often felt like she was more lost than the writers of "Lost" -- and by her desire to keep some mysteries until the very end. In this final book, however, Saintcrow knows exactly where she wants to go and she holds nothing back. Most of the revelations are either unsurprising or difficult to come to terms with, but she does lay everything out, and that's a win for readers.
Unlike the disorienting "Heaven's Spite," which undergoes a jarring and unwelcome change in tone and direction about two-thirds of the way along, "Angel Town" is a solid addition to the series. Grab it now.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did not finish. Did not like the beginning. I love the authors other books.Published 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
I love Lilith! I was so disappointed when her last series ended, I could have read on and on about Dante and her demon lover but this new Jill series is very satisfying. Read morePublished on February 14, 2014 by Amy Sumida, author of The Godhunter and Twilight Court Series
I love this series. I hate it that it's over. The book was a surprise I didn't expect from this seriesPublished on January 28, 2014 by Dianne M. Martino
Pretty good reading and summed up the series successfully. I would recommend this book to any fans of the Jill Kismet series.Published on January 7, 2014 by casey
It's so sad to see a series that you have been following for a while come to an end, but seeing it end so well is definitely a plus. Read more
I very good way to end a long and satifying story, I am completely satisfied and look forward to more good offerings by this author.Published on December 25, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This book is an amazing end to this series.
I will recommend this book to everyone.
I have greatly enjoyed reading the Jill Kismet novels.
it got here quickly and efficiently and i finally completed the series! i have a few issues with the character development but i'm not really worried about it right now. yay! :DPublished on August 8, 2012 by Tasha