Monday, March 30, 2015

The 11th Demon - Bruce Hennigan



This extremely fast paced thrilling supernatural novel is rated at FOUR STARS by the Schwartz Reviews!

The Schwartz Synopsis:

This is the third book in the Chronicles of Jonathan Steel series, however it can be read alone (I should know, I read this without reading the last two…My only problem now is that I desperately want to go back to read the last two because this one was fantabulous!) Jonathan Steel is a demon hunter, though not by choice. He has a past, that he can’t seem to remember and every time he discovers a piece he is wracked with sickness and forced to leave it behind. After dealing with two demons, from the two previous novels, another nightmarish demon rises up and challenges their hunt for answers. Old foes become allies, sort of, and this band of friends rise up to conquer the 11th demon.

“My name is Jonathan Steel. I have no memory of my past. I am a killer by trade. I don’t kill humans—I kill demons.”

Schwartz Thoughts:

I absolutely loved this story. I so wanted to rate it at five stars, I would have if it weren’t for the few mistakes that I found (trust me though, this is a book to read, errors or no errors). I found that at times it could feel a little repetitive but the writing was really well done. The story is told from different character perspectives throughout the book and each character was developed so well and sounded and thought different than each other. It is so awe-inspiring when an author can pull that off. I was able to read this novel in just over a day, Hennigan captured my interest right from the beginning and held it until the very end. This is one of those ‘can’t put the book down’ books. I enjoyed how the novel gave small reminders of what happened in the previous books (though not enough that if you had read the previous novels you would be annoyed at rereading parts). Like I said, really well written (OK now I’m starting to sound repetitive). This book had me laughing but most of the time I was at the edge of my seat waiting for the next twist, there are several.

“And yet, something uneasy crawled across my mind. I was halfway up the stairs when the sound came. I felt rather than heard a faint pop behind me.”

I would recommend this novel to readers who enjoy suspense, thrillers, paranormal, and action packed novels. Read it! I dare you! You’re bound to lose a day or two ;)

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