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  • Good start, went downhill by the end

    These books (which are all quite short and hardly qualify as novels) started out quite well. A strong female protagonist working with a team of drag queens, and ex priest, gay men etc. Which sounds inclusive and would be great if the author didn't keep pointing out every five minutes that the drag queen was "a man in a dress" and the gay men were no threat to her, because...well, you know! It's actually quite offensive to LGBTQ+ people to be stereotyped in this way. It's quite obvious to me that the author "got religion" at some point during the writing of these books, because as time goes on, they become more and more religious, which may not appeal to some readers. The majority of them have very rushed endings, especially the last one in the series. I find Deanna, the protagonist, to be quite sanctimonious and condescending most of the time. She dabbles on about not letting demons in and following the right path (Roman Catholicism) far too much. All in all, if you are a catholic, who believes in spirits, read these. Otherwise, don't bother. You'll end up as irritated as I did.

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  • Needs improvement

    Unfortunately this book series has a lot of errors, mostly to do with continuity. People's names change, whole characters change circumstances, huge time skips but usually unnecessary. Every character feels like half a character, half a personality, not fleshed out at all. The timing of books is problematic in that nothing can happen for most of a book and then bang, it's all over and done in a few paragraphs. The climactic scenes are seriously lacking in almost every book. Each book got shorter and shorter in length as if the author couldn't really be bothered anymore. This series would be great with basically a complete rewrite, the premise is really good but the execution is lacking. And none of the books really have an "ending" so to speak. Not even the final book feels finished in anyway, it's almost as though it ended midway through the book. A really disappointing series that seemed to have so much promise in book one.

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  • Maybe it was rushed

    First couple books were really good then the books became sloppy. Character name errors, spelling errors and grammatical errors. I felt like the religion aspect was really intensified which may not appeal to some.

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  • Good

    Enjoyed the flow of writing and the continuous of the characters from one book to the next

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  • Good read

    Interisting creation of world where angels and demons exist. De was alikable.

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