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- Print Length: 526 pages
- Publisher: Tillie Cole LTD; 1 edition (July 10, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 10, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IAAIP5S
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,644 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the fourth in the Hades Hangmen series and ends in an HEA for the story’s main characters. Ryder has been in all of the previous books. He turned from a compassionate, yet mysterious character to a character hated by all. Ryder was raised in semi-isolation as the Prophet Cain, alongside his twin brother, Judah. I never really understood why he was sent to infiltrate the one particular MC, Hades Hangmen. The cult believed that all those on the outside were evil, not just the Hangmen.
>Judah didn’t like how compassionate Cain was, so he imprisoned him and took his place. The followers were oblivious. Harmony and her fellow cult members were called from a sister cult in Puerto Rice to join the mother group. She is kept in a cell until the time she can wed Judah and fulfill the cult prophesy. In the cell, she is able to speak to Cain in the next cell. I thought it was interesting how Cain felt free when speaking to Harmony. He always pretended and was unsure of his real self – Prophet Cain or Ryder or something else entirely.
>The majority of this story takes place in the cult. As a result, the story has a high ‘ick’ factor. Nothing described is gratuitous, but it is still hard to read and think about. I liked seeing the transformation of Ryder into a person finally in possession of the truth and looking for forgiveness. Harmony is able to overlook quite a bit in order to believe in him. I missed the interactions between the Hangmen and their women, especially Maddie and Flame. We were given a taste, but not enough.
>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. There are quite a few shocking subjects that may be a trigger to some. Everything is appropriate to the story. I am giving the story 5 stars. I hope the next story, while focusing on AK and Phoebe, also show us more of the Hangmen we have become attached to.
The innocents who lose their lives, the destruction and evil caused by Cain's unbalanced and crazed twin was almost too much to ingest...but in the end this story ended on a somewhat settled note, although there is still very much healing left to repair feelings and mistrust.
I was riveted to the love story in Deep Redemption and Tillie Cole never fails to impress me with her intense storytelling. Now on to book 5...need a breather first and to calm down.
***** 5 ***** "redemption sometimes involves blood and suffering" stars
For me Harmony has been the most surprising character in the series. Without spoiling it for anyone else who has not read this book I was shocked by her character and where she came from. Her life as a female member of The Order has been exactly what you would assume and so much more. Her role in The Order lands her in a cell away from the other members. That solitary confinement is how she meets Rider, the voice on the other side of the wall. They form a friendship that turns into so much more.
The three previous books in the series are centered on the Hangmen and club life. Much of Deep Redemption takes place within the cult. The Author’s Note in each book stresses that these practices are inspired by the beliefs of various religious movements. So much of it is shocking. I went into this series knowing I was getting dark romance. There is the abuse and the evil that you’d expect but it didn’t ever get over the top for shock factor. It all seemed plausible.
The history that Tillie drops on readers here is just astounding. Questions that I never even thought to ponder are answered in the end. I’m looking forward to getting my hands on the next book. While Cole delivered a good wrap up for this story there is still so much left to tell. Also the next books set up appear to be less cult and more of something else.