When Alexei seeks the help of a ghost to deal with a swaggering bully, he gets the strength and confidence he hopes for. If in the process, he hurt his best friend Sol, well, he can make it up to the wolf later. Things get worse when the ghost, an old Siberian soldier, demands that Alexei give up his gay life, which Alexei fled his home country for. The young fox is resolved to send the ghost away--until his sister, left behind with their abusive parents, falls into mortal danger from which only the ghost can save her. Now Alexei must choose between living the life he risked everything to have and rescuing his beloved Caterina from death...or worse.
Red Devil follows the characters from the acclaimed book Green Fairy in a brand-new adventure.
©2014 Kyell Gold (P)2014 Kyell Gold
I absolutely love reading, pretty much everything from horror to sci-fi, but I have a real soft spot for romance!
Scary, honest and bittersweet.
Best comparison would be Green Fairy, as this book is the sequel to it, it follows the same characters but from the point of view of Alexei, previously a side character, and the in depth parts about his home country are really fascinating.
I love the accents he gives to characters, they all sound perfect and fit them so well, I'm glad he narrated this sequel.
Yes, I had to remind myself to sleep on multiple occasions, but I just felt so strongly for the characters I had to keep listening for another chapter or two!
Red Devil is an excellent sequel, it is highly recommended that you listen to/read Green Fairy first however, as otherwise you may find yourself confused at certain points, but I am also greatly looking forward to the sequel Black Angel which will be releasing next year!
"A fantastic modern day ghost story"
This audiobook exceeded my expectations, even surpassing the prior one for Green Fairy.
The narrator's performance was wonderful, and really brought to life each individual character's voice and mannerisms.
Highly recommended for anyone interested in the gay themes of the story, even if they're not already interested in the furry nature of the book.
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