Picking up shortly after In Midnight’s Silence, Diago, a half angel and half diamon must prove his allegiance to the Nefilim, a group of angels that monitor demons. With trouble brewing in both the supernatural realm and the mortal realm with the eve of the Spanish Civil War, Diago finds himself once again in the middle of a lot of trouble. Everyone the Diago knows in Barcelona is being murdered; Diago, his partner Miquel and other Nefilim begin to investigate. The issues that arise affect both the natural and supernatural realm and directly involve Diago and his son, Rafael. Diago must figure out what is going on and how to stop it.
This book involved a lot more danger, intrigue and characterization. The demons were more prolific in this book and the growing threat that not everyone is who they seem. Diago and Miquel’s relationship grew even more for me, especially with the involvement of Rafael. There was some truly touching moments as Rafael had figured out the relationship between the two. The crime scenes and mystery built into this installment definitely amped up the excitement and led to more heart-pounding scenes as Diago tried to outsmart the daimons. I’ll be looking forward to more Nefilim adventures.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.