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Blaze, the protagonist, is a guy’s guy with simple needs and a desire to clean up the galaxy with really big guns. He has seen so much that even a beautiful woman being ripped apart as hundreds of demon spiders crawl out of her body barely phases him. He’s the perfect hero for a space action-adventure filled with violence and macabre.
“Damnation Robot” is an excellent way to distract yourself for a few hours. The pace of the novel keep the reader engaged and wanting to know how Blaze is going to get out of each obstacle thrown into his path-- and, oh yeah, how will he defeat these crazy disturbing demons?
Highly recommended for readers who love space, action, and gore. If Ash had a starship and demons instead of zombies, this might be exactly how he would handle it.
Do you like non stop action between dysfunctional cyber marines and their space demon nemesis? READ THIS BOOK
A misfit crew of space marines, aliens, and demon witches is ridding the galaxy of a demon infestation when they are set upon by a transforming demon prince. They battle it across the galaxy, stumbling through artifacts and debris of the ancients. What's up with the ancients, can the demon prince lead them to the demon source, how many space ships does it take to choke a star?
The action is wildly inventive, the characters simple but bizarre, and I want more.
Great premise, flawed execution.