Book 3 of the Demon Squad Series.
A revolt in heaven, angels fighting angels. Who better to mediate a peaceful resolution than the devil's nephew, Frank "Triggaltheron" Trigg? Don't answer that.
When Scarlett arrives at his door, beaten to within an inch of her life, Frank finds himself in the middle of a war as the Nephilim arrive to finish the job. With only Eden still standing, the battle for heaven spills over and ravages the Earth with deadly storms. Amid the chaos, Frank must find a way to end the war before the battling hordes of half-breed angels, vampires, and lycanthropes reach Eden and bring about the end of existence. No pressure.
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This series gets better with each book. More action, more character growth, secrets revealed, Snarky comments made!The Book starts with the Protagonist, Frank Trigg, the Devil's favorite nephew, sitting at home with his served zombie head roomie Chatterbox (yes, you heard that right) watching some, ah, adult entertainment at home, when theres a disturbance at the front door. When he answers the door, he is confronted with the sight of his cousin Scarlett, an angel, beat all to hell, telling him that Heaven has fallen, being chased by 3 Nephilim, half angel/human hybrids, looking to finish her off. Well, Franks rule is you don't f*** with his family, so he comes outside to confront them. With this, he is dragged into an epic conflict, a new civil war in heaven, with other interested parties trying to get into the action. These other parties include the vampires, Weres, Nephilim and Azreal, the Angel of Death. With all these major players looking to get into the action, with Frank right in the middle, it takes all of Franks ingenuity, cunning, and ability to give and take a beating to survive, All while trying to get his burgeoning romance with Karra, his first true love, in to gear.
The plot is fast paced, never having a moment of lag. The characters are well thought out, acting like people actually would, not like cardboard cutouts. Azreal was especially well don, being creepily malevolent and vicious. There are some big changes in store for Frank and his friends, which are subtly foreshadowed with some really snappy dialogue that has real feeling. There are laugh out loud moments and moments you feel all broken up, a good trick in a book of this type. You can really associate and sympathize with the characters. Any fan of Urban Fantasies such as the Dresden Files and Simon R. Green's Nightside books should really enjoy these books. Again, Noah Levine's narration is spot on, really adding a whole new dimension to the books. He has vaulted into my top 5 audio narrators, up there with the likes of Michael Kramer, Luke Daniels, Jeffrey Kafer, and Michael Page.
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