A Shot in the Dark
THE ENEMY OF HIS ENEMYJesse James Dawson is a Champion, putting his life on the line for those foolish enough to bargain with demons and fighting to save their souls. But even a Champion needs some downtime, so Jesse takes his annual camping trip to Colorado for some male bonding over friendly... show more
THE ENEMY OF HIS ENEMYJesse James Dawson is a Champion, putting his life on the line for those foolish enough to bargain with demons and fighting to save their souls. But even a Champion needs some downtime, so Jesse takes his annual camping trip to Colorado for some male bonding over friendly games of paintball.Unfortunately, the fun and war games are interrupted by a pack of creatures summoned up from the very depths of hell by an entity Jesse prayed he'd never see again. With the lives of his friends and a teenager's soul on the line, Jesse's only hope may lie with an even more dangerous enemy--his personal demon, Axel...
Publish date: July 5th 2011
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
Series: Jesse James Dawson (#2)
You will need to read the first book in this series, A Devil in the Details, before this book as it explains what it means to be a Champion and the overall battling for other people's souls idea. Plus it was a great read so why not enjoy it. K. A. Stewart is back with Jesse James Dawson and thi...
Not quite as fun as the first book; this one definitely felt overlong and too repetitive with the cabin-in-the-wilderness-fighting-zombies routine. A lot more action, but it never really stood out. Still, despite the second-book-in-a-series issues, it was enjoyable. I continue to adore Axel, and I l...
I liked this book but the first one was better I hope the next book in the series pick up on some of the loose ends left in this installment.
*Rating* B-*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Review*A Shot in the Dark, by K.A. Stewart, is the second release in the Jesse James Dawson series. Jesse is a champion by trade. He fights for those who are too stupid to realize that selling your soul to a demon for 15 minutes of fame and fortune is a very bad idea...
I enjoyed this, even in it's simplicity, but I'm a bit wary about the series. I know the urban fantasy genre isn't all that unique. You can read a dozen series and feel like you haven't read anything new. Seems like authors just aren't willing to take enough chances and keep doing what everyone else...
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