Half-devil and miles from anything resembling heroic, perpetual underdog Frank "Triggaltheron" Trigg is the last man standing against Armageddon.
As the favorite nephew of the Devil, Frank has led a troubled life, but he'd always had his uncle's influence to fall back on. Now, with God and Lucifer coming to terms and leaving existence to fend for itself, his once exalted status of Anti-Christ-to-be does little to endear him to the hordes of angels and demons running amok in the Godless world.
With help from the members of DRAC, an organization of wizards, psychics, telepaths, and low-end supernatural beings, Frank must thwart the pro-Armageddon forces and rescue an angel in whose life rests the fate of humanity.
Better luck next time, humanity.
©2009 Tim Marquitz (P)2014 Tim Marquitz
You have to get past the amateur narration on this one to enjoy the story. There's a tiny bit of low hiss in the background - apparently they didn't have access to a soundproof studio, and the narrator has some odd long pauses and minor stumbles. Maybe I'm just spoiled, being used to pros like Luke Daniels and Oliver Wyman. Once you get past that, it's a mildly entertaining story. The Protagonist is interesting... a little like Kadrey's Sandman Slim. Only problem is that the author doesnt really give us any reason to like the Protagonist. That should be rule #1 of every book - give the readers a reason to root for your guy. If there's a second book in this series, I might check it out... If someone didn't talk me into giving Harry Dresden 4 books worth I might never had discovered the best series ever. I'll say this: this has potential to be something great.
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