My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I am staggered at the imagination and creativity that has been the hallmark of the Kings of Hell series but this one is above and beyond.
At the beginning it was so hard to find any sympathy for Gray, he behaved like an absolute arse to Shadow.
Shadow himself is just so loveable, like a big Labrador puppy or a teeny kitten, he’s out of place in the human world and doesn’t know how to express his feelings.
The plot continues on with Magpie’s plan to stop Baal’s intended world invasion gaining steam. The search is still on to land the Pigeon’s Heart ruby only this time it’s even more complicated by the knowledge that it could also be used to keep Shadow permanently in the human world.
I won’t give anything away but this one is such a rollercoaster of a ride, with emotions all over the place as Gray’s attitude begins to soften and change.
Now the story will conclude in the final book in the series and I can honestly say I’m no wiser as to how that’s going to happen but I know I can’t wait to find out!
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.