Poison Fruit: Agent of Hel
Publish date: October 7th 2014
Edition language: English
Lots of pop culture references in here.It's a good wrap to the series, though some of the book feels too scattered. But that last battle rocked
This book was such a struggle to get through but the last maybe 8th of the book was worth it. I loved the Happy for Now ending. The ending couple was okay but I don't know if it's actually better. But anyway, good ending to the series. 3-1/2 out of 5 stars because of the drag of the first 7/8 of the...
As winter settles over the town of Pemkowet, a new chill is in the air - that of the town's past actions coming back to haunt it. And the implications of that are more than hellspawn Daisy or any of her friends and allies could have guessed. And I very much enjoyed this ride. :) This is the fina...
I spent a great deal of time in this book impatiently waiting for some anticipated event, something the character was planning, and finding myself less interested in the in between things that were happening in the interim. There've been a few things in the series that have grated on me. The ma...
(Description nicked from B&N.com.) “The Pemkowet Visitors Bureau has always promoted paranormal tourism—even if it has downplayed the risks (hobgoblins are unpredictable). It helps that the town is presided over by Daisy Johanssen, who as Hel’s liaison is authorized by the Norse goddess of the dea...
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