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The Morning Star

Imp Series, Book 10
Narrated by: Angela Rysk
Length: 9 hrs and 51 mins
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Summary

Seven Grigori enforcers have been murdered, lured to their death by a demon, and bearing the faint energy signature of a Fallen archangel no one has seen in over two million years. As the Iblis, it's Sam's responsibility to find the Ancient responsible and bring him to justice, but how can she manage that when she can't even keep her adopted infant angel from repeatedly killing his corporeal form?  

She's determined to prove herself worthy of the Iblis title, but when the killer claims to be Samael, and an army of demons along with the most powerful Ancients in Hel flock to his side, what's an imp to do?  

The fate of the human world and the entire angelic host rests in her hands. Can Sam get control of Hel, and more importantly, can she face down the Fallen archangel whose shoes she's struggling to fill?

©2018 Debra Dunbar (P)2018 Debra Dunbar

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  • joanne brown
  • 03-12-18

I'm left wanting More

The Morning Star is the last book in the Imp Series.
It's action packed from beginning to end. I laughed out loud and cried a little while listening to this book.
Angela Rysk is Sam. Her voice is perfect.

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  • Latasha S.
  • 05-12-18

Wonderful

I love this series and I am totally devastated that it has ended. Hugs and kisses

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  • TlcTerrie
  • 10-02-19

Wow.

The Imp series is going down in history as one of my all-time favorites. Moreover, Dunbar knows when to give the series a satisfying ending while the books are still good.
Endlessly funny, irreverent, occasionally heartfelt, but always awesome, Dunbar’s Imp series will leave you laughing out loud and cheering on an unlikely but lovable heroine. Three cheers for Sam.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31-01-19

No spoilers

This series was so good. Lots of laughs too. I just don't understand how MS Dunbar can end this series i feel she could easily get a few more books. I've tried the templar series haven't finished yet I keep wanting to read/ listen to more of sam and all the characters. As far as the narrator MS Rysk she was A number one great story teller and gave each character a unique voice she really brought the books to life. highly recommend audio in this series.

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  • Eline @ Lovely Audiobooks info
  • 30-01-19

It's the end, or is it?

To sum it up: I loved The Morning Star!

Of course, I'm quite sad that the series is over. And I hope there will be many more novellas and Imp World novels with Sam.

But I liked this ending to the series. Sam's big plotlines are wrapped up, yet nothing felt rushed. And the situation in the world as a whole stays open enough for the spin-off stories. I absolutely loved the whole thing with Samael. It was perfect and so fitting!

As for the audiobook:
Angela Rysk's narration was absolutely fantastic, as in the previous 9 books. She fills Sam with so much life and I'm always absolutely captivated while listening.

This series will continue to be the one I re-listen to most often!

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  • ashley
  • 27-01-19

great ending, sad to see it over

being the end of the series, things were cleared up and taken care of. there was room left to discover new things. I am sad this series is over, but loved every single book in it. glad it ended on a high instead of a struggle to push one more book out.

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  • T. Lamb
  • 12-12-18

Could Have Been Better

It is always sad when a good series comes to an end but please do it right. The story was too rushed. The author had been hinting at a very important character for the last several books and then decides to hit us with not only who it was but leaves him underdeveloped. The author has slowly increased Sam’s powers ever since the beginning and then “wham” the character is now powerful and that’s it. I understand a series cannot go on forever but if you stay a consistent pace through ALL your books in a series and then decide warp speed for your last, it feels like the author pretty much gave up on this series and was almost like phoning it in. I do appreciate that the author gave all of the favorite characters a happy ending, and “tried” to tie off any story or plot lines from previous books, but it could have been better if the author just took her time.

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  • Micklah
  • 11-12-18

I don't know how she kills it... Everytime!

Sometimes in between books in a series I'll lose interest and have a hard time getting back into it. Debra never fails to draw me right back in. What a great way to end the series! It wasn't completely wrapped up with a bow on top, but all the pieces were there so you could feel it without saying "and they lived happily ever after."