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The Crimson Pact: Volume 2 Paperback – October 13, 2011
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Just to recap, The Crimson Pact compilations are inspired by the story The Failed Crusade where a battle between good and evil sees demons seemingly wiped off the face of the earth only for revelations to come forward that they have escaped into other worlds. The Crimson Pact is bound by duty to hunt down and destroy the demons wherever they encounter them. It was down to the writers that have contributed here to come up with their own takes on the theme.
As before, the stories take place in a variety of different periods and locations. I felt there was more of a futuristic feel to many of the stories while the first volume had some stories with something of a medieval feel to them. Some of the sequels work better than others but the ones that followed from some of my favourite stories in volume one were most welcome. There are new voices here too of course with a range of battles against demons, demon possession, bots and even a little romance amidst the carnage though not for long as the demons are always itching for a fight.
My favourite stories in Volume Two were The Long Run; Cats, Caves and Dynamite; Karma; The Merging; Trail of Blood; Red Bandana Boys, and Seven Dogs. The best of the bunch was probably Red Bandana Boys with young teenagers fighting one particularly nasty demon in a seemingly post-apocalyptic world where America has been wiped out and the story's setting is in Africa.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really enjoyed reading each story has its own merit and really could not put the iPad down. Hopefully the writers get together again for sequels or prequels!!Published on May 29, 2013 by Logan West
Writing the review to help bump the series. Overall, very high quality group of stories. Pretty impressive. Read Volume one first, of course!Published on February 14, 2013 by Fred
Whenever I see an anthology of short stories with the subtitle Volume 2, I automatically anticipate more stories like the ones in the first volume, perhaps following a similar... Read morePublished on February 25, 2012 by Michael
Crimson Pact volume 2 is a great read. The stories are entertaining and well written. Each author brings something special with their individual take on the demonic theme. Read morePublished on October 22, 2011 by Matt_Knight