Gritty, Suspense, Roller-coaster ride.
All "The Fallen Angels" series are really dark, darker than the " Brotherhood" in many ways. The eval that the angels are fighting is a OCD maniac, who delights in horrific tortures. Some stuff is described pretty intensely so if you have a weak stomach you might want to pass the series up. But the story line is great and Eric Dove does a great job at narration. Keep going.
I never heard him before this series and he does the voices and emotions of characters really well.
Some intense descriptive act of violence, in this series, some people may be put off by it but the story is so fast moving that you're on to something else before you know it. I am enjoy this series very much.
I have enjoyed all the Fallen Angel series. I didn't really expect to be a fan, being dedicated to the Brotherhood series. I am very pleased!
I really enjoy the writing of J. R. Ward. I have read all the Black Dagger Brotherhood books and now am enjoying the Fallen Angle series. I really like the voice of the narrator.
I like J.R. Ward's writing very much so I own and have reread and relistened to all her books. And will continue to do so between other books and authors. Plus Jim makes a good "saviour" and he's a hottie. LOL
Everytime Jim learns something new about himself.
I liked the way he gave every character a distinctive feel, he has a good voice.
Jim talking about his mother.
If you have not listened to a book before you are missing a great experience.
Yes. Readers/listeners need to schew their perspectives on the afterlife and the battle strategies between angels n demons. JRWard puts an interesting twist in the Fallen Angel series. Jim Heron and his duo kick-ass angel buddies bring a lot of color into this story. Without giving away the plot, I will only say if you've enjoyed Ward's BDB series, this one won't disappoint. Ward even weaves in characters from her BDB into this one. Since this series also revolves around Caldwell, NY, it makes sense. 5 stars for another entertaining series.
When Jim took the bullet meant for the hero n heroine.
No. But I like his voice n style
No extreme reaction. Just amused by the author's take on the heavenly/hell warfare tactics
Yes I think I will.
It's so dark, but in a good way.
Eric G Dove is great... I will look for more of his books.
I see the next book is due out... So sad it looks like Eric G Dove is not going to be reading it. So I will have to stop at this book. Why mess with a good thing.
Ward does a great job of sharing the focus of a book with more than one character. This book really adds a lot of depth to the other angles. I also think that Ward does a great job with the same sex relationships and the dynamics in them. If you are straight laced this book might be a bit much for you but if you like a variety Ward delivers. I had fun reading every part of the book. I am looking forward to the next in the series.
After losing the previous soul to Devina, Jim Heron and his three companions, return to Caldwell to face the battle for the third soul on the line. But Detective Thomas DelVecchio Jr. brings with him a set of problems that they hadn't faced before. His soul isn't possessed the way their first soul was, so an exorcism won't work, he has a split soul due to the sins of his father...
But there's hope, in the form of an IA agent, Sophia Riley, if either of them has the courage to take a chance.
As for Jim, he has a personal stake in this one; Veck and Riley are investigating the disappearance of Sissy, the young woman Devina sacrificed in Covet. A woman Jim is drawn to more than he can explain, despite the fact that Sissy is dead.
A fantastic addition to the Fallen Angel series, with strong tie ins to the BDB series.
As for the narrator, he's truly grown on me, and works wonderfully for this series.
By far the best of the series to date. The story of Jim Herron and his mission to bring down the demon Devina continues. Jim must help Vic, a detective in Caldwell. This story syncs up with the substory of
His tone is fantastic - an intensity and passion where appropriate
Yes. I was drawn in to the backstory of each character and can't wait to read the next book.
Is the sky the limit?
Oh yes most certainly. I love J.R Ward she is my hero
Great read or listen