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Top Customer Reviews
The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all of that info here. This story continues what was started in Days Gone Bad. Philip and his followers are still out there causing problems. Will Damien, Zola, and friends be able to stop him?
I also have the Audible version of this book. I like how the Kindle and Audible versions update where you stopped reading/listening when switching between the two. William Dufris was the narrator for the audio version. He did a good job in narrating the book. Very clear and easy to understand.
The author has a tendency to dwell on US civil war as creating more death and bad karma than other wars. While it killed a large percenatge of US population the absolute death count was trivial compared to WWI & WWII in Europe... But he knows his Civil War battles and if you are looking for death locations in US the Civil War is your best US bloodbath.
Damian Vesik the young necromancer is evolving, and we don't know into quite what, but man is it fun to find out. Eric has created some extremely engaging characters in Damion and his family and friends. People you'd like to hang out with. Funny warm and flat out crazy. It rocks. It rolls. It laughs and cries, and takes you right along with it. The bad guys are really nasty bastards and you are right in there with Damion as he pursues them. It's take no prisoners war. WooHoo! Oh yeah, and there is the Nixie. . .mmm.
Eric Asher has a very fine narrative voice indeed, and he has passed his sophomore test with flying colors here. No let down, or up at all. Very much like Jim Butcher he has a fine snarky sense of a reality unbound by very many rules at all. It's all here. Necros good and awful, to werewolves, to fay and fairy and wiccan priestesses to demons and some very enigmatic old gods who are scary indeed. All of the creatures that make you smile, and all of the creatures that scare you to death. I love the freedom of it all. This series rates right up there with anyone. This guy is going to be one of the best. Great job Eric.
Phillip it seems is raising an army to scour humanity from the earth, Damian is just the necromancer to try to stop him with a bit of "help from his friends".
While the author does an excellent job at situations that are horrible with a bit of levity he does not cheat the reader out of a great story. The secondary characters are fleshed out enough for you to get to know most of them and the fact that he finally throws a bit of romance into this book (totally missing from book 1) is an improvement although this is Urban Fantasy all the way and it stays true to that genre.
There are battles and strategies , there are attacks, warmhearted situations and a bit of tragedy, all of which you will love. The concluding few chapters are some of the best I have read in years, the pacing might be slow in a couple of places but the finale is nothing short of amazing.
Well done and highly recommended 4.5 Stars rounded up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Let me start by saying that I would give this book much more than five stars if I could!!