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The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Crave: A Devilishly Funny Urban Fantasy Romance (Nava Katz Book 4) Kindle Edition
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"I am in love, love with this series!! Kick-ass heroines are my absolute favorite, and Nava is one of the smartest, smart-assed, "mutha" around. Add to that an equally strong, hot, boyfriend, conspiracy "not just theories" up the ying-yang, and imaginative plot twists, and you get instant mind gratification of the highest order." - lawchick, Amazon Reviewer
"What an amazing series and each book just keeps getting better. I wasn't able to put the book down and finished it the first night. If you love books that draw you in, you will love this series." - sgoss, Amazon reviewer
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- File Size : 3676 KB
- Publication Date : February 20, 2018
- Print Length : 476 pages
- Publisher : Te Da Media (February 20, 2018)
- ASIN : B0784674R3
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #18,051 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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and I often just don't "get" her. For instance, in this book, she
seems to be going out of her way to cause relationship issues with
her boyfriend, obsessing (not jokingly) about what he may or may
not have gotten her for her birthday, continually seeking reassurance
from him, and seemingly imagining all the ways the relationship
could be failing. Similarly, she blows up at her mother with very
little onscreen motivation at her birthday party. Of course since
the birthday was her 21st, it could just be that she's very young
for everything that has happened to her and I just don't understand
When Nava isn't working through her free floating angst, she's
pursuing two projects, one for the Brotherhood of demon hunters, and
one against it.
Her official project is tracking down a new drug on the Vancouver
party scene. It seemingly magnifies any obsessive behavior the
ingester has to the point of grievous self (or other) harm or death.
And it seems to be demon derived.
Her unofficial project is tracking the source of corruption in the
Brotherhood itself. Her chapter seems to be clean, but the visit of
a Brotherhood ninja with a pointed warning suggests the rot is worse
than she thought.
Along the way, there are a number of demon battles, and the battle lines
are getting grayer and grayer. It doesn't seem to be affecting the
characters to any great extent yet, but I can't believe the author
wrote the scene of the young demons in the junkyard without meaning for
the readers to have serious questions about it. The way the demon which
is the source of the drug is dealt with raises a lot of questions as well.
On the whole, the story was pretty solid aside from my issues with Nava.
I did feel the ending was a bit of a let down for a) having more
relationship drama and b) losing a bit of my respect for Nava as she
reneges on a bargain which she probably shouldn't have made, but which she
So keep that in mind, the book was excellent. SO MUCH GOING ON. There's Nava and Rohan's relationship. There's a psychotic drug on the loose. There's the mystery of the demon bindings. There's Nava's powers. There's Nava's relationships with her family and the Brotherhood and the witches. I never know (in a good way) where these books will take us. But I've learned to trust the author and can't wait (really, CAN.NOT.WAIT) to see where she takes us next.
If you are looking for a well written urban fantasy series with a great heroine (lots of heart, snark and wit) this is it. I adore Nava's voice-- modern, Jewish, smart-- but what keeps me dialed in is her heart and her vulnerability. I want her to succeed, in everything.
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The investigation into who is binding demons continues and Nava is learning to rely on her friends to help her with this. She remains prickly and sarcastic (and very funny) but also shows a more thoughtful side than previously.
I have enjoyed the way Nava and Rohan's relationship has developed over the course of these books, this continues in Crave and in amongst all the banter there are some incredibly sweet moments.
A highlight of these books remains Nava's relationships with her friends and fellow hunters, in particular her double-act with Leo. Drio returns in this book and we learn more about his past which gives Nava, and us, a much better understanding of his personality and behaviour.
Overall I really enjoyed Crave, roll on book five.