What do you do when your life crumbles around you? If you're Frank "Triggaltheron" Trigg, you climb into a bottle looking for oblivion.
Of course, he couldn't even get that right.
Alone and adrift, Frank's five month binge is interrupted with a boom. A nuclear one, and every bit of chaos and treachery he tried to leave behind comes knocking once more. Caught up in a plot to foment a supernatural revolution, Frank is made into a pawn for both sides. But what does a man with nothing have to lose?
©2015 Tim Marquitz (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
When a series gets 8 or 9 deep, you kind of expect some coasting or drop off in story. Not with Tim Marquitz! This series keeps taking new twists and turns with each new book, and it just makes you keep wanting more. After Collateral Damage, where Franks life of domestic bliss with Karra and Abigail comes off the rails in a morning of blood and death, and some epic payback, Frank has left Abi in the care of his cousin, the warrior angel Scarlet and her vampire love Katon, and has crawled into the bottle in some fleaspeck town in Louisiana. Unfortunately, that fleaspeck gets nuked as collateral damage to a group of supernatural baddies using a nuke to crack open a Secret government prison designed to hold big time supernatural bad guys. Well, of course Frank ends up in the middle of the mess. He ends up working with Briana Shaw and her Government team to try and stop the rest of the prisons getting cracked open and releasing some epic level baddies. After a lot of fighting, deception and general mayhem, you find out what the plot is about, who the villains are (Some of whom return from previous books) and we get some closure on some storylines. Some people even get whats coming to them. With a fast paced plot and action scenes that put Michael Bay to shame, this is a must have for any fans of urban fantasy. The author is really doing a great job of expanding the characters, really rounding them out, and showing more about some of the smaller characters like Father Lance. All in all, and excellent bit of writing, with the always excellent Noah Michael Levine doing his usual spectacular job of narrating, really breathing life into the characters.
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