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The commentary and bloopers are a fun touch and I love seeing the author in this light.
LOGAN is a great read to hold me over until the release of book three, DOMINION, but it can also be enjoyed even if you haven't read the LIFE AFTER series before. (Although you might get even more enjoyment out of it if you've read books one and two beforehand.) It did take me just a little bit to get into, which was probably just me getting used to Logan's POV. But it really didn't take long before I was reading as fast as I could and then being super sad because it ended. This whole series is amazing and I can't recommend it highly enough!
I would highly recommend reading this at least after Huntress, ideally Warfare. It has merit as a standalone story, but has way more meaning and interest in the context of the entire Life After series. That being said, anyone who's already a fan of the series will definitely want to check this out!
*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.*
We finally get to understand more about Logan's motivations, but more than that, we also gain insight into other vital characters like Kaitlin, Morgan, even a bit of Satan himself. All of this is pivotal to a deeper understanding of the series as a whole.
Naturally, because of this, there be spoilers! If you haven't read Huntress or Warfare prior to this book, there's a lot you may miss out on. While I realize it could potentially be read as a standalone novella, it really is best read as part of the series. Reading this book by itself would be like having a diamond without a setting. Sure, it wouldn't still be beautiful, but it wouldn't be nearly as practical or complete.
The bonus features (Julie's commentary videos and the recommended music playlist) provide an immersive experience into Logan's world, with all its ups and downs. Plus...who doesn't love a good commentary?
If this book does nothing else for you (which isn't even remotely possible because it's that good), it should, at the very least, whet your appetite for Dominion. I know I can't wait to see what comes next for my favorite demon hunters!