Meet the unsung heroes of the supernatural...
They live normal lives on the surface, going to work, the bank and the grocery store like everyone else. All day they watch their countdown. When the moment comes, they draw their swords, don their armored overcoats, and walk between worlds. They stop demons from overwhelming people, without being seen and without asking a word of thanks. For thousands of years they have labored to save mankind from itself, quietly, one soul at a time.
When Paul is thrust into this hidden world between worlds, he must learn to keep his secrets as quickly as he must master his mysterious weapon. His new powers are amazing, and his faithful guide is there to teach him the ancient ways of the demon hunter; yet questions nag at Paul's mind while it overflows with new information. If Heaven is not truly perfect, and Hell is his only hope, he fears that walking between them will also mean walking away from the woman of his dreams; and if he loses her, he loses everything...
*I received a copy of this book for an honest review...a very long time ago. Sorry, Mr. Norrey, please forgive me for that!*
So, this book was NOT bad. At all. A very interesting plot and telling, and interesting characters, too. I found it pretty unique to what I've read before, and really liked that about it. But, for some reason, I just couldn't get into it. I have no idea why, either This is the sort of book that usually hooks me and won't let go until it's over, but I just didn't get engrossed, and in fact found myself putting it down and coming back to it over and over again, rather than devouring it at once.
I do think a lot of people will like it, those who are fans of paranormal, angels, and demons, and hope that they don't have the issue I did with being unable to connect. I will read more of this series and hope it's just a one off for me.
Bob says: For me, this one was 3 Stars