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An underworld serial killer prowls the streets. The head of a criminal guild arrives demanding the help of the Order.

Things had been quiet since the incident on Tsalbrin, but Karian Vanador recognized the calm before the storm all too well. When one of the Order's most prominent mortal enemies arrives on campus demanding help with an underworld threat, Kari knows there has to be a connection.

Harried by a deadly foe, Kari must call upon friends old and new to track down an assassin leaving a trail of bodies in her wake. Along the way she must figure out: are the killings just the act of a depraved demon, or an ingenious plot to shatter the barriers between Citaria and the underworld? And will the people she goes to help prove to be her allies or her enemies in the end?

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  • Lonnie-The GreatNorthernTroll-Moore
  • 02-06-20

Let yourself be wrapped up into the story's magic!

Again, I find that Joe Jackson's writing wraps me up in a spell he weaves around me with words, plot, and characters. I simply loved this book. In this tale, we follow the demon hunter Karian, as she's beseeched by the authorities to apprehend a serial killer, that's also possibly a demon. She accepts the challenge, and sets about discovering who and/or what's been plaguing the city. In doing so, Kari discovers that the mystery goes much, much deeper than a single demon! As she unravels the snarls, she finds a second demon, and a possible demon possession... Kari and her team have to work fast to stop not only the killings, but to exorcise the second demon without destroying the victim! So get the audio book, and let yourself be wrapped up in the magic spell, too! Chelsea Stephens narration was spot-on the money! I thoroughly enjoyed listening to her!

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  • Gil T
  • 28-06-20

Great Continuation of Karian Vanador’s story

White Serpent, Black Dragon continues Karian Vanador’s story. It is a few years later, Kari and Grakin are mated and have a son. She is training students to become demon hunters. There is something going on in the family home even though Grakin’s mother has put protections on the house. Their son keeps seeing the fuzzy man and the chair is moved to the middle of the room. A lord from a somewhat nearby town asks for help with a serial killer. Kari thinks it may be the black dragon that she encountered in her previous life. While staying overnight, Lord Black is attacked by assassins. The order doesn’t trust Lord Black since he seems to be related crime within his city. Kari decides to not bring the Silver Blades as part of her team because she is worried about them getting attacked. She asks for help from the humans from the first book, Katrina and Sherman who are working with another lord, who also agrees to help where he can. As she is doing some research and follow-up, she meets Eli, who worked with the previous head demon hunter. Some of the previous head demon hunter’s acts were questionable or seem to be. The story has many twists including someone being possessed which I won’t go into, so you can enjoy the story as it unfolds. I liked Chelsea Stephens’ narration and characterization. I will probably check out some of the other books she has narrated.

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