He's finally found something to care about after a century of searching, but will he lose it all at the hands of his most dangerous foe yet?
Seven years ago, Quincy Harker vanquished the demon Orobas and saved the city of Charlotte, NC from his evil plans. Or so he thought. Now the half-divine Nephilim are turning up dead in the Queen City, and it looks like Orobas is back to finish the job.
Can Harker stop Orobas, or will the bloodthirsty demon unleash hell on Earth?
Who is behind these horrible murders, and why do they seem to be calling Harker out?
Will this be the battle that finally ends the long life of Quincy Harker, Demon Hunter?
Find out when Harker, his girlfriend Detective Rebecca Flynn, his guardian angel Glory, and his uncle, the legendary Count Dracula bring the battle of the diving and demonic right to Heaven's Door.
He's the immortal magic-wielding child of Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray from the classic novel Dracula. But to him it's not a story, it's family history. Quincy Harker is what you'd get if Constantine were renewed by HBO and taken to the darkest of dark sides. When things go bump in the night, he bumps right back.
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Yes. Really enjoyed the book
Another outstanding performance
I love how each story expands the Quincy Harker universe. On to the next one. Keep 'em coming. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.
Quincy Harker is a 100+-year-old half vampire and magic user who is also related to Dracula. He also sometimes works for a division of Homeland Security that is aware of supernatural creatures. That’s the setup for one of John G. Hartness’ best series of books.
Mr. Hartness chooses to write novellas instead of novels, but he publishes 4 per year. Each novella is usually its own self-contained story, but this round of 4 novellas are all part of one single story. In book 5, the start of the story, someone is murdering Nephilim, the offspring of an angel and a human. This takes place a few years in the past. By the end of the novella, we think Quincy has resolved the problem. In book 6 we come to realize Quincy had only postponed the problem. The demon, Orobas, is now ready to restart his plan to unleash hell on Earth.
The narration for “Heaven’s Door” is provided by James Foster, who is simply one of the best in the business. The bottom line is if you like well written, urban fantasy stories with plenty of action, magic, supernatural creatures and great character interaction, then you really have to give “Heaven’s Door” a try. If you like it, make sure you get book 5, the beginning of the story.
Finally, this audio book was provided by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an honest review courtesy of Audio Book Boom.
vampire, angels, demons, demon-hunter, murder-investigation, law-enforcement, urban-fantasy, snark-fest
More plot twists! It all really hits the fan in this one, makes me remember why I am glad that all of the series are novellas, cause otherwise I'd be unable to read anything else for days. The publisher's blurb gives clues but can't begin to prepare you for all the laughs and excitement. No spoilers here, just go ahead and enjoy the read.
The narrator really adds to the pseudo reality of Harker's world.
I am listening to something everyday!
Enjoyed this book, picked it up without having listened to the previous book and now I have another series that I need togo back and listen to! Worth the credit.
"This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."
Hartness is good a writing characters who are easy to relate to. Good humor mixed with plenty of action. Foster is perfect throughout.
“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
Another great addition to the series. The whole series is well written, highly entertaining, very enjoyable and just flat out addicting. Completely keeps your attention from start to finish. Each installment to the series is just as good if not better than the last one. Never a disappointment. Even though the books in this series are all shorter stories they don't feel like it. Each story is packed full of non-stop action, suspense, intrigue, magic, mystery, humor and more. This story is no different it starts off at a fast pace and never lets up. Definitely worth your time and credit.
My only complaint. I wish the books were longer.
This series is perfect to listen to on a road trip. Makes the time fly by.
You never know what is going to happen next in the world of Quincy Harker.
Harker's sarcasm and snarky attitude fuel the story as always.
James Foster once again does a fantastic job with the narration. He is the perfect narrator for this series. Nice voice. Clearly spoken. Perfect tone and delivery. Wide range of great character voices. Every part of his narration is flawless. Always a pleasure listening to his narration. Very enjoyable.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.
I am a chronic binge listener and enjoy paranormal romance, MC, science fiction, historical fiction and more
My favorite Quincy Harker story so far! Q is his usual snarky self only a little softer this time because of Detective Flynn.
Q and Detective Flynn are working on solving murders that are tied to someone attempting to open a portal to hell. As we learned in the last book, this was attempted 7 years prior but Q was able to stop it. You’ll have to read it to find out how this story goes! I don’t want to spoil anything.
Uncle Luke, Christy and the weird demon who owns the sanctuary bar all appear in this story and but as usual Q is my favorite character (I love his sarcastic comments).
The narration is fantastic and perfect for the story. James Foster does snarky, sarcastic and foul mouthed very well.
This book ends in a bit of a cliffhanger and I can't wait to continue this series.
I voluntarily provided a review in exchange for a free copy of this audiobook.
I'm retired USAF and fully retired with a lot of time to read now. Read my whole life so thought I'd give some of that knowledge back.
Great story line.
Liked his uncle a lot. Shows up when least expected and moves the plot along.
He kept it flowing really fast. Loved the tempo.
I got this book via audiobook boom. The narrator was as usual very good. This is book 6 in the series and does wonders in the three plus hours that it does its job. this was a good story. It is best when you read the entire series to get a true understanding of the whole story.
Who needs a 40 hour book???
This book does what few can do. Hartness does in three hours what most barely do in 20. I don't even know what to start next.... it's one of those books when your done you just kinda sit there and say MF... no need to speak on narration if you've made it this far in the series you know it's good. What your asking yourself is, is it really worth the credit for such a short book... hell yes it is. Stop reading what everyone else thinks about this book and follow nikes lead and just do it. If you've read the other short stories then you will have all your questions answered in this story as well as create new questions. It almost sounds like a full novel is coming. Brace your self for an awesome ride.
"AN EXCELLENT DDITION TO THE SERIES"
Excellent reader and great characterization
a worthy addition to the series
This is a must listen series
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