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  • Demon Slayer meets Walking Dead in Big Easy

    In book 7 of Angie Fox's paranormal mystery series, we find accidental demon slayer Lizzie Brown, her talking canine, Pirate, her hunky shape-shifter husband, Dmitri, her grandmother and the biker witch crew, and her dragon-in-training, Flappy, heading down to New Orleans to lend a hand to Lizzie's friend and necromancer, Carpenter. The deceptively simply mission quickly turns into more than any of them bargained for, as they venture into some unchartered territory in the dark, ugly part of voodoo and the undead. This is a fun, well written, compelling story that honors the history of this series, while building the relationships and setting the stage for the next book. Fox excels at character development, and Lizzie and her crew are among my favorites. It has the right mix of suspense, humor, mystery, romance, action, magic, and paranormal plot-twists, this time with the atmospheric flavor of the Big Easy. I really enjoyed this book, although I would have liked to learn a bit more about the backstory with Ant Eater's family home, and a better understanding of what was going on in the séance room, as I think it would have added to the overall story. Those might be details for a future book, however, and there certainly was enough going on otherwise to hold my attention. I recommend this book for readers of mystery, paranormal, romance, and simply laugh out loud fun. It's a great summer read to take on vacation, to the beach, relaxing by the pool, or while soaking in the bath with a cup of tea, or a glass of wine. If you want a book with interesting characters, a suspenseful storyline, a great setting, where the good guys win in the end, this one should be on your summer reading list.

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  • Fabulous, funny, and exciting

    Angie Fox just keeps the fun going! Amazon’s ‘Freebie” program turned up a jewel when I found the first book of this series, The Accidental Demon Slayer. As I said in that review, “I am thrilled to say I wound up with a ruby. Hey, I like rubies better than diamonds, so sue me!” “Come on, who wouldn’t be thrilled to have a kick-butt, 70-something, pink-Harley-riding grandma show up on your doorstep on your 30th birthday to help you kick demon backside? Well, if you happen to be the ‘turning-thirty-preschool-teacher” hiding in the bathroom from said grandma, things can get a bit confusing, but come on. A Pink Harley? Got to love it!” “And the action only starts there. Strap your hyperactive Jack Russell into a ferret bag across your chest, hop on the back of Grandma’s Hog, (even if you do get carsick in anything faster than a tricycle) and take off for the Red Skull Hog Ridin’ Grannies biker bar, with demons in pursuit. What happens after had me grinning like a crazed biker granny myself, as Lizzie and Grandma kick fanny and take names across the American South – and a good portion of Hell.” “Night of the Living Demon Slayer” is Book Seven of the Demon Slayer Series, and I have to say, this one is just as good as the first one. I haven’t had an opportunity to read the ‘in-between’ books yet, but I was still able to read this one and greatly enjoy it without reading them. But I do have the rest of them on my list and fully intend to read them. They are just too much fun not to. This time, Lizzie and the hog ridin’ grannies, along with Pirate the talking Jack Russell and Flappy the white dragon (yep, Lizzie has all the cool pets!) are headed to New Orleans to help out Carpenter, a Necromancer Lizzie owes a favour, take out a zombie white alligator. Yep. It is bound to be exciting – and it doesn’t disappoint. Action and adventure, zombies and voodoo, oh yes – this is some great fun! Let yourself relax, open your mind to the fun, and enjoy this series. It isn’t serious, so don’t expect it to be. Just be prepared to appreciate it for what it is – a rip-roaring good time! Overall, Angie goes in my ‘must read when I am reading just for myself’ pile. She made me laugh, and her story was a pure, guilty pleasure. What more can I ask? Recommended. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for a realistic review. All thoughts are my own. Thank you, Season Publishing and Angie Fox!!

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  • Lizzie and Crew are back !!!!

    How can you not love a book that has a talking dog, who has a pet dragon, a crazy biker grandma who happens to be a witch with a coven who is just as crazy as she is? Also a handsome husband who happens to be a Griffon? This time Lizzie and Crew are off to NOLA to help out an old friend named Carpenter, (how cool of a name is that?) Lizzie, Granny, and Crew are going up against a powerful Voodoo Priest, which will take everything Lizzie and Crew can throw at them. I became addicted after reading the 1st book, this is now the 7th, Angie makes these books so enjoyable, you can't help but get caught up in these books, they are that good. I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Another winner for Angie Fox!

    I have been reading Angie Fox's works for years and she never fails to satisfy! This new book "Night of the Living Demon Slayer" is no exception. Her books just keep getting better and better! Set in New Orleans, Lizzie, Dimitri, and the Biker Witches take us on a romp through party town and the surrounding swamps. Throw in a taste of Voodoo and you have a page turning read from front to back. If you love a good adventure with Lizzie and the gang, you can't miss this latest one! Thank you Angie Fox for another great adventure!

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  • Funny, scary and exiting. Oh Yeah, and Zombies.

    I must admit that I really like the Demon Slayer series, some more than others. This one I found to be very exciting and rather educational. I knew very little of the Voodoo practices and I did learn something. Mostly, not to go “there.” Otherwise, I learned that the Red Skulls biker witches are more fun than ever. And Ant-Eater is truly a wonderfully wicked woman - in a good way. Facing down a Voodoo Bokor and his truly evil Maman brought some of the best adventures yet to Lizzie and the crew. The Voodoo action is scary and bloody and must be read carefully so you can keep track of all the parts (and to whom those parts are supposed to be attached.) I did miss Carpenter and I wanted more of his and his (surprise) family’s story and their side of the action. Lizzie, as usual, is smart, funny, sassy and lives by the rule “where fools rush in . . . “ But always for the greater good and to make right the threats to her very extended family. Grandma is awesome, Dimitri is sexy and the witches are Badass. Who could ask for more?

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