- File Size: 411 KB
- Print Length: 176 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071LR83KQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #611,494 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Demon Hunter (Divine Justice, 1) Kindle Edition
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The best vampire for fieldwork is our heroine, whose story is told between explanations of how the paranormal justice system is set up and who does what and why and how. In order to understand what the hierarchy of the justice system does and how it's organized, the descriptions often interrupt the storyline itself, detracting from the natural flow of feelings and actions throughout the entire first book.
However, if taken as an introduction, the insight given in this first book is greatly appreciated when reading the second and third ones, which complete a very interesting vision of a paranormal subculture within our own human towns and cities.
The heroine, a vampire in an organization that ousts demons while trying to save their human hosts, is a caring and thoughtful individual despite having lived through more than two centuries battling evil and even having loved and lost to it. Even though she is surrounded by those who care for her very much, she has closed herself off to any possibility of romantic engagements because of her previous trauma, but this does not prevent her from caring deeply for her friends and doing her best (which is top-notch kick ass) to save humans while defeating and exorcising demons.
Lots of explanations, quite a bit of action, and one tough lady vampire.
I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book.
Understanding this is a fictional story set in the real city of Indianapolis, Indiana and as someone who grew up in Indiana near Indianapolis, I felt the author could have expressed more depth to the story by expanding more on the setting. The descriptions of neighborhoods were vague and mention of street names or iconic landmarks would add validity to the scenes.
Although Rachel’s and Aziel’s characters are adequate for supporting roles, I personally would have liked to see a bit more character building. Glenn seemed to be a good honest guy and a great friend and part of Anna’s life. However his character fell a bit flat for his role as Anna’s partner in the story. Anna’s character seems a bit stoic and carries a lot of baggage that is only briefly divulged to the reader. There seems to be more to Anna then exposed. She cares deeply for others but is emotionally closed off.
The introduction of Victor provides a comic reprieve into an otherwise intense story before the plot thickens, the mystery deepens and everything amps up into higher gear. Even though Victor’s character seems a bit sleazily that would flirt with any woman, the interplay between Anna and Victor allows the reader to relax from the intensities of the plot.
Over all the suspense of the plot is well defined and well written. The mystery progresses steadily and key supporting information is provided to the reader at appropriate points in the story.
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