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Devil's Row

A Novel of Werewolf Revenge (Feral, Book 2)
Narrated by: Ramona Master
Series: Feral, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 56 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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They hunted her to the furthest corner of the world and did everything they could to kill her.

But she survived.

Elisabeth lost everything that night. Everything except her life. A life she’s using to hunt the mercenaries who want her dead. There’s only one problem: the wolf inside her has gone quiet, leaving this she-wolf to rely solely on her wits and killer instinct to survive. Standing in the way of her bloody vengeance is a war-torn 18th century countryside ravaged by a vampiric plague and home to a host of unspeakable horrors stalking the night.

When you fight evil with evil, there can only be one outcome....

A shifter’s lust for revenge puts her on a collision course with a band of witchfinders in this novel from acclaimed author Matt Serafini. Devil’s Row combines occult horror and dark fantasy and places it all in the universe first explored in Feral: A Novel of Werewolf Horror.

“If George R. R. Martin wrote Underworld.” (Somer Canon, author of Killer Chronicles)

©2018 Matt Serafini (P)2019 Matt Serafini

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Fantastic

I loved the story and narration. The world opened up with additional lore, more monsters and men just as terrible. The story moved along at a fast pace, the gore and fornication were both plentiful. The narrator really threw herself into the story and kept you on the edge of your seat.
Looking forward to more in the future.

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Witch hunters witches and werewolves oh my

The narration is well done the storyline is good in and of itself. I like the pints of views and how it switches around from the witch hunters to the werewolves it adds a lot of depth to the story. Very heavy on the sex scenes which just cheapens the story and moves it more towards the erotic and less towards the horror genre. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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  • Brian
  • ANN ARBOR, MI
  • 07-24-19

Solid Historic Werewolf Horror Story

I loved Feral, and jumped at the opportunity to experience this and while it wasn't quite as strong its still an entertaining story that provides some background information about the werewolves and the rest of the horrific beasties that inhabit the world first encountered in Feral. The framing of the story is interesting as it illustrates a collision course between an angry werewolf seeking revenge and a group of hunters who are looking for her to finish her off. The juxtaposition of her being a fierce loner driven by revenge and them as normal humans in a world where they're not top of the food chain is interesting to see as they head towards one another. Along the way there's some cool events and interactions with other characters of the supernatural and non-supernatural variety and that builds towards a frenetic, satisfying conclusion.

The narrator does a great job of bringing the female werewolf to life, while at the same time doesn't take away from the tale of the witch hunters.

I received the audiobook review code for this at my request and have voluntarily left this honest review.

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Overall good listen

I think this was a well written book. For me, I prefer book one. Different time periods. My preference is modern day stories. I can see how people who like the back story of how things came to be would prefer book two. The narrator was amazing. She added so much to the story. Even though this wasn’t my favorite, it was still a good listen.

I was given this free audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • RJ
  • Cottage Grove, MN, United States
  • 07-22-19

Hunted becomes the hunter!

“Devil’s Row” is a prequel to book one. The tale takes us back to the eighteenth-century and the origins of the werewolf Elizabeth. While the telling of Elizabeth was interesting and perked up the story, the tale of the hunters did not. The eighteenth-century Old English dialogue, discussions of the hunters, and the troubles they experienced left me wanting. In all honesty, I enjoyed the first book more. This volume does explain a lot and fills in the required (?) background but I got lost in the telling. On the other hand, Elizabeth’s revenge for the loss of her alpha lover was quite exciting. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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A wee too creature fantasy-ish for me

Thanks to Matt for the audible review copy. I dug Feral so was chomping at the bit to sink my teeth into this one. (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself...)

*While the audiobook was given to me for free at my request, I am voluntarily leaving this honest review.*
BAM! Disclaimer nailed!

Unfortunately, this one really didn’t work for me. I don’t recall "a certain element" in the first Feral and I like werewolf stories generally, but pretty much hate werewolf stories that have "a certain element" in them. For whatever reason when those two things combine it throws me for a loop. Too bad too, because I was really looking forward to this one. Oh well, can’t win them all.

This is probably better than I give it credit for but I just couldn’t get into it and it’s pretty much my fault for not reading the synopsis (which I hardly ever read). Maybe, my "certain element" spoilers aren’t really spoilers after all…

On the plus side, the narration was very good and kept me engaged when otherwise I may have thrown in the towel sooner due to the introduction of the a "certain element"

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  • Sian Plummer
  • 07-22-19

A blood and guts soaked twisted tale of revenge

A blood and guts soaked twisted tale of revenge, set among the beautifully descriptive backdrop of 18th Century Constanta.

This was unlike any werewolf story I have read previously, and for that I was pumped. It sucker punched me straight in the guts with the gore, being pretty violent and intense on the action from the very beginning, and continuing on that journey throughout. Serafini weaves the violence bewitchingly into the landscape, creating such vivid imagery to make you feel as if you are nowhere else but there, getting blood splatter and the occasional piece of intestine all over your fresh and clean clothes.

Some scenes for me felt way more memorable than others, in particular a scene that involved a witch which was my ABSOLUTE favourite part of the whole book, the most notable thing about the book, and probably the one thing I will forever remember about this book. So, so good and gross and delightfully ick. Just what the doctor ordered. I was horrendously repulsed and here for it all with a big grin (or maybe a grimace) on my face.

Characters remain a bit of a blur however, I didn’t really have any favourites or feel like I was necessarily rooting for anyone, maybe I was to swept up or preoccupied with the action that it distracted me from what I normally focus upon when listening to audiobooks, and the main reason that I didn’t give this more stars. I don't really remember any of the characters names barring Elizabeth. Although if anything, I found her the most relatable and couldn’t help feeling a little sorry for her.

A brief pause for cover appreciation, I love that grizzly paw on the front cover!

I haven't read Feral, but it's one hundred percent being added to my TBR, alongside other works by Serafini!

3 full moons from me!

Disclaimer: I was given this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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  • Andromeda's Twin
  • 06-29-19

Could not sleep until I had finished it

This is Elizabeth's early story and started off slowly, confusing me a little at the beginning.

I think I would have found the print version a little easier to navigate as Ramona's narrative was a little fast and often what I would assume to be distinct parts seem merged by her style of narrative, leading to my confusion, but backing up and relistening helped me get the gist.

This story is split between Elizabeth's tale and that of the knights, Strigoi are thrown in for added fun, they basically all hate each other and as you would expect, most of them end up dead in very horrible ways. I was often torn between cheering Elizabeth on and hating her, it's was a totally exhiliterating listen and I just could not sleep until I'd finished it.

This is as gory as 'Feral' and I thoroughly recommend it to gore fans and to anyone who enjoys a good historical bloodbath, because there's quite a bit of that.

Ramona's narration was fantastic, it would have been better for me if she's spoken a little slower but I did enjoy listening to her.

I received my copy free of charge and leave this unbiased and honest review voluntarily. And by the way, I really think you buy this one, start here and listen to 'Feral' second.