The sixth book in Harrison’s New York Times best-selling urban fantasy series starring Rachel Morgan. A pacey and addictive novel of sexy bounty-hunting witches, cunning demons, and menacing vampires.
Having barely escaped being skewered by the criminal vampire overlord of Cinncinati, Rachel now has even bigger problems to contend with. The demon, Algaliarept, although banished back into the ever after has infected others of his kind with his interest in a witch who can channel demon magic. Rachel soon finds herself with not one but three hellions on her tail - and one of them is even crazier and more dangerous than all the fairy assassins, weres, and vampires on the planet.< /p>
Published as The Outlaw Demon Wails in the US.
©2012 Kim Harrison (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
"Action packed chick-lit with a supernatural twist." (The Times)
"A spellbinding blend of sharp wit and vivid imagination. A wonderfully fun romp through the supernatural world." (Kelley Armstrong)
"Discovering a new series like this is like finding buried treasure." (Diana Gabaldon)
Gigi, find another job, please. Listening to your voice was a painful experience, God bless this is the only book from my favorite series narrated in a way that almost killed the story.
Despite your criminal choice of the narrator I am not returning this book, I bought it to listen to the story and I want to keep my collection complete. Please do not switch narrators in the middle of the series, I am paying for this terrible experience.
This series is driving me crazy, the sheer stupidity and indecisive behaviour of the main character is beyond belief. Rachel constantly takes one step forward and then two backward, considering she is supposed to be a 26 year old woman she acts like a braindead teenager with no ability to educate herself. Please let the character grow up because at the monent she is just tedious.
"Where Demons Dare"
I have enjoyed the previous books in this series. However, beware that the narrator on this book is different to that than of the previous volumes. Although she is not bad, I found the differences in pronunciation and the accents/voices for the characters to be so different as to be rather off-putting.
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