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Sin Eater (Episode 1.2): Dark Urban Fantasy Serial by [Tyler, P.K., West, Jessica]
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  • File Size: 1994 KB
  • Print Length: 68 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Fighting Monkey Press (September 22, 2015)
  • Publication Date: September 22, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015Q71D4S
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I was so excited to begin the second episode of Sin Eater, and, ohmygosh, it did not disappoint! Clear your schedules, because you won't be doing anything until you finish this story. It was so fast-paced and exciting, I seriously barely breathed. Can't wait to start the next one!!
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By AO on September 30, 2015
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“Keep away. The sow is mine.” ― William Peter Blatty, The Exorcist

Father Zelophehad heard Nikolai Grekh’s desperate call. He finds Nik and takes him back to the sanctuary of his church and private quarters but the last demon Nik fought refuses to leave and seeks another host…

The second episode in the Sin Eater serial has grown darker, more emotional and more intense. Nik is almost killed and has sustained a lot of physical injuries. He would have died had it not been for Zeph’s aid. Nik’s battles with demons are getting worse. These hellish beings are evolving into something Nik had never encountered before. There was even one chapter depicting possession and religious articles that was so extreme, blasphemous and profane to my “non-practicing” Catholic sensibilities that I could not help but cringe. However, such was the risk I took when I read this episode and the aforementioned chapter really did shake me up.

More characters are introduced and we are allowed brief access inside the sanctum sanctorum of the shadowy Old Order. One also gets to read about Zeph’s abusive childhood including some information regarding why Nik happened to be a Sin Eater. The details were still not enough and they only piqued my curiosity further. A couple of questions I had in mind while reading Episode 1.1 were answered somehow regarding Nik and Zeph’s relationship vis-a-vis their homosexuality and religious beliefs. The issues involved are deeper and more complex and as I mentioned before in my 1.1 review, I would like to see how things sort themselves out in the next episodes.

In the meantime, the bizarre turn of events at the morgue and the last chapter gave me goosebumps. Everything looked grim and desperate at this point.
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Nik & Zeph, together again, but it is only because Nik needed Zeph's help with the demon that he had taken from some one, and this demon is unlike anything he has ever encountered before. Zeph has to to a exorcizism os his own to get it out of Nik, but the inky mess that comes out of Nik collect together and tries to get away even thou he is on scared ground. It disappears, and leaves Nik completely wiped out. Nik let's out that he thinks that Zeph is hiding his feelings behind him being a priest, and Zeph leaves Nik to rest on the sofa and goes into his small apartment and thinks about what Nik has said to him. The next day Nik goes to the Old group to get info and encounters another demon on the subway, but he is able to remove the demon form it's host with little trouble.Then he arrives at the old church he is led to the depths to talk to the Father and finds out that the demon he had trouble with leaves it's host with no soul and still alive. When Nik learns all he can, he calls Zeph who tells him he is at the morgue for one of his parishiners that was found dead, but under strange circumstances. When Nik arrives and talks with the doctor, Zeph yells and they go into the back to find the dead man up and acting crazy.
The three fight the evil demon and once he is dead Nik & Zeph find out Nik is not alone is getting rid of demons, the doctor does the same thing but slightly different than him and they talk to her to find out what she knows, so that maybe that can work together. Evil is coming out of the wood work and Nik can't do it alone, even thou he thinks that this is what he is meant to do,
If you want to know what Nik & Zeph find out from the doctor, grab a copy.
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Sin Eater Episode 1.2 was just as good, if not better than 1.1. 1.2 gives us more bits and pieces of what seems to be a very large puzzle. I must admit that after reading the first I had to do a bit more research on Sin Eaters. How I ever missed or dismissed these beings I will never know. But just from a quick foray into the subject I think that these two fabulous ladies have given them life. 1.1 kept me on the edge of my seat. 1.2 was an emotional roller-coaster. I wept, hard, for some of these characters. The things that have happened in the name of God, they broke me. Not because I feel only empathy for fictional characters, but because seeing the words to describe these actions only made things more real...more real life, because these are the very things that people go through. So I wept. But it added great depth to the story. It sucks you in even deeper until you are cursing the fact that these are only episodes. I know that once this is all said and done I will read all the episodes back to back. 
This is going to be a fantastic trip.
I received a copy of this book in return for leaving an honest review.
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After reading 1.1, I could not wait to read 1.2 and it did not disappoint! 1.2 was definitely darker than 1.1 especially because it involved evil people and how badly people can treat other people (even their own loved ones) which to me is much scarier than supernatural evils. I don't want to give anything away to those who have not read it, so I won't talk about specifics in detail, but this episode brought up themes that effect many people in real life. That's part of what draws me to this series. Even though it is a story about supernatural forces, it also deals with many real world themes. The relationship between Nik and Zeph tears my heart apart, but also makes me feel hopeful about true love. The authors really know how to get readers to feel emotions while they read this story. The authors do that brilliantly. More characters are introduced in this episode and while some answers are given to previous questions, more questions arise. The end was not as much of a cliffhanger as 1.1, but it still made me want to read the next episode right away!
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