Witch hunts are on the rise and supernatural turf wars are reaching a boiling point. Then, just when it seems life couldn’t get any worse for Pete, Jack reappears—but he’s no longer the man she’s always known. Hell has changed him forever. And he’s brought back with him a whole world of trouble…A... show more
Witch hunts are on the rise and supernatural turf wars are reaching a boiling point. Then, just when it seems life couldn’t get any worse for Pete, Jack reappears—but he’s no longer the man she’s always known. Hell has changed him forever. And he’s brought back with him a whole world of trouble…A cabal of necromancers are using ancient, unspeakable magic to turn the tide of war in their favor. Then, as the city is about to sink into chaos, Pete receives a chilling directive: To end the war, you must kill the crow-mage. Beset from all sides, Pete finds herself turning to an unholy source for help…even if doing so could destroy Black London—and life as she knew it—once and for all.
Publish date: November 30th 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Black London (#3)
3.5 starsSeveral months after Jack is being dragged to Hell by Belial (as part of his deal with the demon), Pete is going through motion of living without him. Then Ollie Heath (Pete's ex-partner from the Met) asks her favor to check a corpse found at British Museum. Which brings Pete to evil necrom...
Bone Gods is a continuation from the last Black London book, Demon Bound, a noir urban fantasy series about an ex-rocker and junkie who is a powerful crow mage - servant to the bringer of death and an ex cop turned private eye who is a Weir, conduit to the crow mage's powers and servant to the guard...
4.5 Into the in between, through the black, deals with demons, deals with the Hecate, framed for murder, necromancers about, fights the Morrigan, her love is not right, and yet she goes on. Pete does them all, with a pair of brass ones ! Dang if this girl doesn't get everything that can go badly ...
One of the things I like most about these books is the way the books alternate between showing the events that transpire from Pete and Jack's point of view. The first book was Pete's, the second was Jack's, this one is Pete's. Anyway, this book is another wonderful entry in this series. I won't ev...
I'm a fan of this series so this is automatically biased. I don't mind the British slang and accents, I like the constant cigarette smoking and I get a kick out of the very real and rough and tumble anti-heroes that Pete and Jack both are. especially Jack.Much of this book is Pete alone as Jack is s...