It was 6 p.m. when the devil walked into my office and had a seat. Bounty hunter Victor McCain always wondered how his brother, Mikey, went from down-n-out loser to one of Louisville's richest men. Now he knew: his brother sold his soul to the devil. And in 24 hours, Mikey would die and spend eternity in hell unless Victor agreed to hunt down a thief, a woman as deadly as she is beautiful.
On a journey of murder and betrayal, Victor must now put his own soul at risk to save his only brother, battle a dark underground organization with the goal of nothing less than global war between Christians and Muslims, and fight creatures from man's darkest nightmares. Then there's the Hand of God, God's own bounty hunter. In the end, will he be friend or enemy? Only heaven knows.
©2015 Tony Acree (P)2015 Tony Acree
The story is very fast paced and you can miss hints if you are not paying attention. I've listened to a few passages again already.
The sequence that takes place on the farm and the main character and others gets surrounded in the barn.
I think the narrator should pick up their pace during the action sequences. This would add tension and a sense of the speed at which the action takes place. When I'm reading a book, I find myself reading faster during action sequences.
I love how the dark moments are laced with humor.
I would compare this to the Jack Reacher series. The strong tough guy against the rest of the world. The supernatural twist just adds to the story!
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