Son of Asmodeus by Barb Jones – Review by Kerry Carr
Son of Asmodeus by Barb Jones
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Wow. What a start to this new series. I was really gripped by this story and I couldn’t put it down. I loved how actioned packed it was and the mixture of heaven and hell and trying to find your place in the world really makes this a page turner.
The characters are really well written and because of this you feel invested in their stories.
John is a demon hunter. He used to be a monk but not he main focus is ridding the world of demons. Demons that humans aren’t even aware exist. Little is known of John’s upbringing or parentage but when those secrets are reveled it leaves him in a state of not knowing who he is anymore. When he’s spent his life vanquishing demons can he change his views?
Added to this story is the missing bartender and Mick who asks for John’s help in finding him. But things arent what they seem here as well which leads to move secrets and discoveries that neither John or Mick are aware off.
This story is action packed and full of twists and turns. You feel like you don’t know who to trust in this story which is exactly how John feels. When you are brought up to see either good or evil what do you do when your now told that there is a grey area and that you need to protect humans from angels as well as demons.
I really can’t wait to see where this series goes.
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