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Demon Accords, book 13.

Faced with writing college papers, prepping for tests, and teaching testy witches, Declan O'Carroll has enough on his plate. Not to mention the magical withdrawal of leaving his very own magical kingdom behind on Fairie. But when he and his friends are attacked from creatures out of folklore and fable, it seems the Queens of Summer and Winter aren't done with him yet. But if they're so eager to mess with Earth, maybe it's time to Earth came to them. After all, he's got some lessons to teach.

©2018 John Conroe (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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MORE PLEASE LOVE THIS SERIES

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could We please go back-to the main storyline well one way or the other I love the series of God hammer o'carroll everyone please work faster but don't lose the wonder then makes a series so wonderful oak a that's enough wonder the words thank you

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Worth the wait!

I've been waiting for this book, and it met all of my expectations! Dying to hear the next one!!

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  • Mimi
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  • 04-25-18

Exceptional

As usual, an excellent addition to this series. Mr Conroe has been one of my favorite authors since I heard my first audio by him and has never disappointed me. Mr Cronin has done an exceptional job and helped to make this series one of my favorites.

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Best book by far

In my opinion, this is the best book in the whole series, by far. I will admit that I prefer declan stories and this is definitely a declan book.
there were several times where I thought the book would leave you hanging, frustratingly waiting for a sequel, but no. John Conroe did good by us readers/listeners. now, the book does end on a cliffhanger (sorry for the spoiler), but it's the type that leaves you curious, not frustrated, similar to the ending of snake eyes.

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Downhill and dissapointed (it seems very rushed)

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So been a big fan of the series so this is a bit painful, but this was not ok.
But this is the worst book yet, by far.
It feels like a manuscript more than a story, meaning it is like reading a stats sheet of what have happened and what we should feel and know about everything and it uses the first 21 chapters just summarizing what we already know from the earlier books.
It literally force situations which makes no sense just so the characters can over-narrated everything to clearly and way to obviously tell the listener that this character has these personality traits because of this thing. (like someone needing to summarize the movie character on a “factual” based lvl; comes off wrong, forced and just annoying).

So 21 chapters of that.

Then we go over to overdramatically reactions to pointless stuff which is ONLY there to force a “ex-machina” to use later, which just makes no sense (seriously we where done with the entire “agents are utterly clueless and idioticly suicidel when dealing with the hero crew” after the chris parts like 6 books ago.
That we have well known agents act completely insane and then everyone just turning on Declan and then act all like it’s a big deal that he said “if you kill my lifepartner I will kill you”, after they already shot chris’s bear…. And then trying to make it into this big revelation is just terrible.)

Everything seems so overly explained just to use time, or tell us how the character is instead of Showing it in a natural situation (instead of specifically forced scenarios to then narrated the information to us as if we were reading of a spread sheet)..

Besides that every character has next to no personality, just reacting like how you would guess a “first layout” of ideas would tell it just to get the overview; and it is either constantly self-hatred, self-rightousness or an absolutely absurd amount of 12year old snarky arrogant and extreme pragging in a negative way.

The last 4’ish hours are worth hearing just to get the overview of the story.
The last 2 hours it’s trying to move into following the character, but again it is just used to force obvious stuff which we seen before, and which is just a repeat of exact same reactions reused in yet another narrating… the way it just forces information we already know is just terrible even here…


In short in feels more like an attempt to tell a story to someone who doesn’t know the last 40hours and trying to cramp everything in so they get everything we already know and have been stomped with so much it is just to much now.
With to little evolution to the characters, and the one thing that kept them running was the OP’ness of new talent, abilities and their usages…. This doesn’t have any of that, just ex-machina and maybe 2hour’ish of actual good story and 9hours of “meeh to bad fluff”.

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a very enjoyable continuation of the series

it's not Harry Dresden or even The Iron Druid but it is an enjoyable series and he seems to write the Books at a pace that is acceptable rather than having to wait for years for the next installment.

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another great book maybe my favorite

I have loved this series from the very start always leaves me wanting more nephsed. enjoy my friends

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crashed and burned!

It could have been his best story yet, if his ending had been something more than a cheap commercial trick! He ows his fans an apology.

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