Retro Demonology (The Demon Trappers, #0.5)
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 31
Waaay too short to merit anything higher than 2 out of 5. Slightly amusing, Retro Demonology was free so I can't really complain about its content or lack thereof. Fans of the series will enjoy the ultra-quick glimpse into Riley's life before the events of The Demon Trapper's Daughter/Forsaken.
This is bad.I thought it was a real book talking about the history of Demons, it turned out that it had nothing!!
Thoroughly enjoyable prequel to the Demon Trapper's Daughter, made me immediately wish for a copy of the full length book to read but alas have not gotten around to buying one yet... SOON!
Originally reviewed by Rabid Reads: http://www.rabidreads.com/2011/06/review-retro-demonology-by-jana-oliver.htmlDon't confuse Retro Demonology with a novella, because it's definitely more of a short story (if that makes any sense). It's also available as a free download and is only a handful of pag...
A simple yet well-written story with enough background and quirky elements to entice me to head over to Amazon and immediately download Forsaken. Until I saw the words "love square" in the reviews. No. I'm not going there. I'll wait for the sequel's reviews to let me know whether it's safe to contin...