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What the Hell: Preternatural Chronicles Book 5 (The Preternatural Chronicles) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B088BG92DX
- Publisher : Argento Publishing (June 8, 2020)
- Publication date : June 8, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1821 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 290 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B089M2GZGW
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #44,491 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book was full of action, but it was more about John and who he truly is. It was about his deep seeded love for his friends and what those relationships have meant to him, and deep seeded sadness of mistakes that could not be changed. It was about making choices that left John reeling with regret and pain. More than ever, Blain reveals John’s depth of character to give the reader the insight to his heart. And soul.
A trip to Hell was only a tip of the iceberg, or more like a glimpse into the abyss where souls suffer and burn. Even in Hell, things do not go as planned for John to reach his two goals, he only touches the hem. As a result, John comes to the realization that he must make another trip to finish. With additional weight on his shoulders and even with understanding of what to expect, John knows there is no choice, despite the fact he may not return home again.
Thankfully, Blain filters the heavy tale with humor and lightness. Throughout the book, you find yourself laughing at ridiculous lines and offbeat scenes that are perfectly timed. One of the funniest parts was the “manly” trip to Waffle House that made you think of Abbott and Castello, filled with silly gags, literally.
Another thing that makes Hunter Blain’s books so intriguing is the fact that the author appears in the story with his usual snark and sidebars. The more I read his books, I can detect the times that Hunter is speaking instead of John. Which when you think about that, it is quite strange.
Hunter Blain’s ability to develop a story, create lasting characters, and write insightful content in rich imagery has captured my imagination. In a short time, he has become one of my favorite authors.
I really enjoyed this work and it makes me actually care about the stakes of John Cook going to hell and EVEN DEEPER in order to try to rescue his friend from Oblivion. I also grew to genuinely hate some of the characters for what they forced John to do as well as putting him through the ringer once more. I actually want to see Ulric and his Predatory Self dead-dead and will gladly buy the next book to make sure I can read it happening.
Solid entry. 5/5.
In all seriousness, I thoroughly enjoyed every trip and fall and recovery and discovery this book has to offer! I went with that story because I have no other way to put into words what happened here without giving it all away! Hunter! How dare you leave us hanging like that 😝
By M Spencer on September 22, 2020