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Slow,exciting, but still Constantine
on June 8, 2015
The first three books of this series take place in a matter of weeks, and then this book ends with some thinly disguised views on theology and religion and a reset. I'm going to keep reading these because by they're fun, but I really wish the author wasn't so flippant with his timelines. It's very jarring to go from a very slow paced narrative to a third act that goes way faster than the other two installments combined.