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- Print Length: 430 pages
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- Publisher: Fighting Monkey Press (December 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015Q7D9FY
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This book is so hard to review because I really hate spoilers and I just want to write down everything about this book. I've been going over the reviews I left for the individual episodes and there was a recurring themes, a lot of what the **** did I just read, a lot of leaky eye moments, lots of hope in some seriously dark spots, and a lot of dang I think I'm a not more twisted than I gave myself credit for. You easily find yourself sucked into the story. You find yourself rooting out loud for the characters and cussing the authors for beating the h*'ll out of your feels. And it makes it easy for your brain to go "what if?". These two fabulous ladies have amazing writing skills. The details and descriptions make it so easy for your brain to play it all out. And this is not a book where you go, "oh I know what's going to happen next". There are times you wish it did because some of the next is heart wrenching and terrifying.
I've been a huge fan of Constantine since I was a teenager. I've hunted demons and everything supernatural with the Winchester's 12 seasons. I've always been fascinated, much to the dismay of some if those I consider dear, in the dark sides of religions. Even with all of that, nothing could have prepared me for this book.
And now I'm going to stop because like I said I hate spoilers. And I'm getting super itchy wanting to tell y'all this story.
This book (a series of episodes put together in one volume) has everything you could desire if you enjoy REAL gutsy 'good against evil' reading. Demons, a secret that would tear the Catholic church and their followers apart, God, nuns, priests, warriors, exorcism, true soulmates, the Roma community, wicked evil sex, angels, and the truth behind Christ's crucifixion all feature in these pages.
At the core of this book is a beautiful love story, which highlights why some people are unable to be truly free to love who they want to. Sexism is so frustrating.
I so enjoyed this book. I laughed, my mouth was agape, I cried, and I cheered. Very well written, and the reader turns the pages so quickly as you have to find out what happens next. You never see the twists and turns coming.
Utterly, utterly fantastic. I love PK Tyler's work, and I now have a new author to investigate in Jessica West. I sincerely hope that Tyler and West can join forces again in the future.
WARNING: Graphic language, violence and sexual content. This is NOT a 'clean Christian' book in any way.
However, I found the ending disappointing. Throughout this book, the characters--and by proxy, the reader--experience a great deal of hardship and loss. After all of that, I wanted a victory to celebrate, and in the end, I don't feel like there was much to celebrate. Also, I don't recall anything in the book description indicating that this is the first "season" in a series, and I am not fond of cliffhangers. Season 2 is not yet available, and there is no information about when it might become available.
The formatting of the book was fine, but the editing was not up to P.K. Tyler's usual standards. There were quite a few little errors in grammar and punctuation, and at least once I noticed a character's name spelled wrong. However, the editing problems weren't so egregious as to interfere with my understanding of the story. It's just something to be aware of if you are easily distracted or annoyed by such things.
It should also be noted that the authors weren't kidding about that content warning. This book includes child abuse, rape, torture, profanity, and graphic depictions of sex and violence. Some readers might find some of the religious content disturbing, as well as the M/M romance. Recommended for mature readers only.
Possibly recommended if you enjoy dark urban fantasy. If you like Supernatural and Constantine, this might be fun for you. If you enjoy somewhat sweet and angsty M/M romance, you might want to consider this if you won't be bothered by all of the other really dark stuff. Stay far away if you are easily offended.
Edited to add that I have now seen the paperback, and it is gorgeous! Really cool graphic design and B&W illustrations. It's a fairly large book, but if you enjoy hard copy at all, I would really recommend this paperback!
I volunteered to review a free copy of this story provided by the author.