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I felt Jordan's pain, confusion and determination to redeem herself and I cheered for her to do so and to find happiness. Her inherent compassionate and empathy for other people despite her abusive upbringing. I liked Jordan's emotional conundrum over her feelings for Belial. I was very eager to read The Holy Dark, Book 4...because, the series is so riveting...however, I was disheartened to read that this is conclusion to the series???? Say it isn't so!
It did not read like an ending to me....Gabriel, kind, gentle and wonderful Gabriel who endured so much in book 4...his story needs to be told. And Raphael, Team Amador, Michael and Jordan's adopted daughter and most definitely Belial all have stories that should be told and I so want to read! Please continue this series!
All things are explained in this novel, the Holy Dark. I thoroughly enjoyed it. There Isn't anything that I had not become absorbed in. A great fantasy that you live through the deeply developed characters. You feel all of their emotions and experiences. Feel their pains and the joys.
The author, Kyoko M. did an enviable job, in all of what a good writer ought to be like. She's become one of my favorite authors.
And I wanted to mention also about how well the editing was performed. Too often, with the independent writers, they seem to fore go with this process. Publishing a book you can not recommend, to anyone, let alone complete the reading is just stupid.
The spelling mistakes and the poor grammar causes hitches from a smooth read. After all, it's all about getting lost in a good book.
Finally, yes, I would recommend this book, and the three prior, to everyone. Enjoy
Jordan and her comrades are no strangers to saving humanity and fighting hell’s army. Stopping Moloch might be an easier job if the leader of heaven’s army wasn’t missing and if Jordan wasn’t the top of said army’s s*** list. And although Belial is no longer in charge of his fellow demons, he still manages to be a very seductive pain in Jordan’s ass.
Full of loss, heartache, and terror, The Holy Dark tells of Jordan’s final journey. A journey that might not lead to the pearly gates above.
I can firmly say that The Holy Dark is my favorite installment of The Black Parade. The characters in this book are well written and their plot lines are neatly tied. I was also drawn to the complexities and details of each character.
In The Black Parade series, the fantastic characters are not one dimensional or one sided like one might imagine when thinking of angels and demons. In The Holy Dark Michael is stripped of his title as the leader of heaven’s army in more than one way. He stoops to holding on to a failed marriage by keeping Jordan’s ring. He risks his mission to stop Moloch by seeking revenge when one of his brothers in arms is killed. Michael was almost just a human male too caught up in grief and betrayal to decipher right from wrong and honor his sworn duties to his lord.
In the book, “the holy dark” is used to describe humanity’s tendency to thrive in grey areas. All humans are capable or being evil and good. Kyoko did a beautiful job at accentuating this theme by keeping many of the major players in “the holy dark”. Readers got to see Belial grow and regress in previous books but The Holy Dark really blurs Belial’s path and his position in Jordan’s life. Belial, like Michael, is stripped of his role as commander of an army. For both character’s it seems their roles as leaders were shields. When Belial lost his shield, the reader was able to see that he was capable of true love, compassion, and longing for the life he had before he went to hell. When characters like Belial are supposed to be evil, it is difficult, it is easier to understand “the holy dark”. Belial’s complexities will be missed. Who doesn’t love a bad boy with a heart of gold that is buried deep, deep, deep down? Especially when said bad boy continues to try to wedge himself into a threesome with Jordan and Michael. Two more teams Belial bats for?
I am sad to see this series end but The Holy Dark is definitely an ending worth reading. Thank you, Kyoko for Chapter 29. I am in your debt. #teammilial
Review by: Andi C