- File Size: 7230 KB
- Print Length: 345 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Knite and Day Publishing; 1 edition (November 19, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 19, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0177KC3N2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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This was a fun and adventurous story. It felt quick moving, and I really liked the main character Cal. He's a young 20ish man, and his attitude, thoughts, and behaviour supported this. He's not quite alpha, very snarky, and an genuine nice guy. A great hero character, and one that I can't wait to see develop and grow in future books.
The premise of the series is fairly straight forward, with Cal being a member of "special" police division that deals with supernatural stuff. I like the world set up with the Eververse. It's simple, yet offers a multitude of possibilities.
The action was fun, and in the realm of believable, which made for an enjoyable story. There is plenty of humour and snark, just how I like my paranormal stories. I'm looking forward to reading the next book!
Thanks to NetGalley and Pikko's House/Knite and Day Publishing for the advanced copy which I voluntarily reviewed. This exact review will also be posted on Amazon and Goodreads.
One thing that I didn't quite understand was the title... Who/what exactly was the soul breaker? I was hoping that it would be some kind of reference to Cal and some undiscovered power he has, but that didn't happen. Charun certainly did a lot of breaking, but I never got the impression that he did anything beyond killing the physical bodies of his victims. Tuchulchan consumed the life force of his hosts, but I didn't think that he was enough of a major character to define the story itself.
Despite my curiosity about the source of the title, I loved reading about Cal's adventures starting out with the DSI and I have already purchased not only this book, but the next two as well.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
The plot involves a Detective of the supernatural, Cal Kinsey. He’s new on the job but that doesn’t stop him from taking a major role in the investigation of some horrific murders. I love it when urban fantasy gets away from vampires and werewolves, and this one does. The criminal in this case comes from Etruscan myth, an area that is completely new to me, thus making this delightfully unique. The author skilfully portraits the power of these mythical characters with clear and evocative prose.
The pacing is excellent. It never lagged and never obstructed character development. The characters were well-developed, realistic and easy to relate to.
What I really love about this book is how once our hero gets to actually talk to the ‘bad guys’, we see that they are, in fact, noble beings defending their sacred objects within the laws of their land—the Eververse. The Eververse isn’t our realm though, and when they break through the veil between the worlds, humans are in serious trouble.
I also love anything that involves different realms—such stories can be called transrealist, like my own book Worlds Within Worlds.
A well-deserved 5 stars.
I received a copy of this book and am voluntarily reviewing it.
I expect the later books in the series will continue to develop the characters, who are all quite likable.
Nice work, Ms. Coulson!
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Clean, well written fantasy, good morals .
I will be also leaving a review on Goodreads @ Amazon.
And letting everyone know about it.
So i gave it a 5 Stars.