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In the first book Hades lost the love of his life Beo to Max and when we see him again, he is serving a sentence in prison, isolated, pumped full of steroids and forced to fight to the death to survive while becoming a vicious animal. Upon release is when he meets the sweet and gentle boy Rex in an unusual way, and thus begins their journey from hell to heaven and back.
I refuse to spoil the twists and turns and rich history described in the story so instead I choose to only give you my impressions of this fantastic (and very under-read) author and his work.
Wulf has a raw and very dangerous energy to his writing whether he is describing fights, lovemaking (and yes as brutal as it seems they 'are' making love) or his characters violent, show-no-remorse behavior. He is poetic and beautiful even when describing scenarios which are raunchy, base, down-to-earth, dirty and all kinds of wrong and if you can get through some of the more disgusting (not for everyone) acts of domination and possession, you will be rewarded with a powerful story of love and commitment. I can not stress this enough though...heed those warnings in the blurb...seriously read them and if you can't stomach two men doing (sometimes) vile and definitely not the normal vanilla acts to each other...then don't say you haven't been warned.Read more ›
One caveat- this is part one. NOT COMPLETED. Ends on a pretty major cliffhanger. The first entry in the 'Gods and Monsters' series was released about six months previously although it was a stand alone story. The author may release a sequel to this earlier but who knows.
Mr. Godgluck is very good at writing emotional and flawed complex characters, which makes the story that much more tangible and richer. The chemistry between Hades and Rex Hunter is off the charts. Godgluck does an awesome job of building tantalizing sexual tension between them, and when he introduces the third person in this lethal triangle, he will definitely have you wondering just how it’s going to work. Unfortunately, you won’t find out because the novel ends with a doozey of a cliff hanger.
I really do like this book; however, there were times Godgluck got a bit too enthusiastic on the detailed background information, and characters personal angsts that it made for a long draggy story at times—especially at the end. Furthermore, the adjectives and pet names became for me, eye-roll worthy by chapter three. Also, I have nothing against cursing in a book; in fact, there is nothing like a good F-bomb or bombs placed in the right moments. However, when you abuse it and its fellow curse words, characters for me start to come off absurdly juvenile.
Anyway, I really do hope fellow readers you give this story a read, it is a fun ride despite knowing you’ll be cursing Godgluck when you come the end, but I’ve read he will be coming with its sequel fairly soon.
Wulf continues to go from strength to strength as an author. There are still some typos and grammatical errors I wish his proofers had found for him (as English is not his first language) but given the substance and quality of his stories, it is well worth overlooking them.
I couldn't put this down. Completely drawn in and caring about (most of) the characters I needed to know what happened next and now feel invested enough to believe I know what I want for some of them in the (much desired) sequel(s). When that happens you know you are enjoying your read.
Book was given by the author in exchange for honest review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Holy s*** – It is definitely not for the faint of heart!
But come on, to be continued!!!
I'm going to die, if I have to wait too long for book #3....!
Read the first book, had to come back for the second... Mr. Godgluck thrills again! I can't wait for the next in the series!!!!!Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
How dare you leave me hanging with a Cliffhanger of mega proportions? Have you no heart? Any release date for the next one close by?
I so loved this book. Read more
I have to say, I'm a bit peeved that it was a cliffhanger! I'm anxious to read the next part - like NOW! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Voracious reader
This book was good, great, crazy, all of the above however, serious jerky cliffhanger! Let me just drop this here, this is the last sentence of the book, it doesn't really spoil... Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Kira
First off: CLIFFHANGER ENDING
I seriously dislike getting to the end of a long book and the major plot line is not resolved. Read more
Wow, this book is full of surprises. I love dark, dirty, gritty books and this is no exception. Kept me on the edge of my seat! Great story line and characters, need more!Published 4 months ago by Dale Federico
So to start of this book I have to say this was very dark and gritty!
I have to say Hades character was bad ass! Read more