Whoever said that nothing ever happens in a small town clearly never visited Dearmont, Maine. It's getting hotter than hell around here. When the dead start crawling out of their graves, you know something's up.
If there's one thing I hate more than zombies, it's having my memories erased by magic. That's a real bummer, right? So when I get a chance to break the spell that's locked away part of my mind, I take it, even if it means dabbling with ancient Egyptian sorcery.
Sometimes you shouldn't go poking at things that are buried.
Because you end up having to deal with an army of the dead.
©2016 Adam J Wright (P)2016 Adam J Wright
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I really enjoyed the first one and this one was even better! They don't waste time moving the story ahead which I really appreciate.
I can't wait for next book to hit audibles... I loved how in depth the story was, yet it didn't feel weighted down.. Hurry up so we can find out what happens with Felicity and Mallory
"The fun continues!"
This is a great follow up to the first book. Secrets are revealed that have been locked away in Alec's mind. Relationships with the town people and personal are built. The experiences in the book add more depth to Alec. If you follow my reviews, you know that I like action and this book delivers.
"Could use greater detail and character development"
Setup for next chapter
Slight improvement from Book I
Yes, to develop characters
Author and narrator should read/listen to John Conroe's series, Demon Accords. Check out continuity of story and character development for tips on improving story.Make sure universe is consistent and story fits.
Sorry this doesn't have more specific critique.
"Another rockin' Harbinger novel"
The voice characterizations the narrator gave to each person. He did a very good job of individualizing each person.
My favorite character is still Felicity Lake just like in book 1. She has some hard decisions to make and even though she struggles, just like the rest of us, she has to do what is right in her own mind.
The fireplace scene with Alec's dad. Thomas acts so nonchalant that you know he HAS to be up to something.
I became even more invested in Alec's life. I felt sad for him during the ending and even though it was somewhat of a tiny cliffhanger, I would recommend this series in a heartbeat..
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