How do you review a book that leaves your jaw on the floor? I have to keep this vague because any misstep will spoil things. If you’ve been reading along, you know that we’ve been following a tough road for our foursome. It’s hard to be in a relationship with a demon and coexist with ICDM because they’re against the demons. Especially with Bael gone. With Cam in her position, she’s unsure which secrets she needs to keep and which ones she feels safe exposing.
The blurb promises Resurrection has an ending no one will see coming, and it didn’t lie. It was 10 pm when I was finishing up this book, reading past my bedtime. I yelled aloud, “no, she didn’t!” waking up my partner. I can only wait on pins and needles for the final book, for Sush to make her readers whole and complete. Thankfully, it’s not a long wait. An exceptional read.
For now, you can read this review on Goodreads.
Resurrection is available for preorder on Amazon for $3.99, it releases May 25th. Seriously, you need to read this series. Start with the initial book 1, Resurgence, for 99 cents on Amazon.
About the Book:
From award-winning author S. Usher Evans comes a smashing continuation of her bestselling urban fantasy series. Set six months after the Demon Spring trilogy, the Demon Fall trilogy will leave readers guessing alongside our main characters as they explore the new reality of demons and humans.
Lotan is safe, but the world continues to churn unpredictably. Jack continues to struggle with the decision made by Anya – and what it might mean for their already-rocky relationship. Meanwhile, he and Cam must toe the line between their demon friends and an increasingly active ICDM – who seem hell-bent on eradicating demons completely.
Filled with twists and turns, and an ending that no reader will see coming, Resurrection is a stellar addition to the Demon Spring world.
The Demon Fall trilogy is a spin-off series in the Demon Spring universe. It is strongly recommended that readers begin with the Demon Spring series prior to starting this one.
Demons are real – and walk amongst us every day. At the International Coalition for Demon Management, agent Jack Grenard knows this better than most. The scion of a demon hunting family, his career was on an upward trajectory until demons brutally murdered his wife. Three years later, he’s restarting his life in Atlanta with his partner Cam, dealing with low-level demonic lords and keeping the peace. But looming in the distance is Demon Spring, the breaking of the barrier between our world and the demonic one that occurs every four years. No one knows when or where it will occur exactly, but the unlucky city will be ravaged for a fortnight by monsters and mayhem.
Jack has it on good authority that the schism will occur far from Atlanta – that is, until he comes across a human-saving demon who seems to be keeping a secret. She’s enigmatic and dangerous, but Jack is inexplicably drawn to her. But as the days tick closer to Demon Spring, Jack wonders if she’s simply a distraction or something much more deadly.