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    More than the cover hints at

    While the cover almost threw me off wanting to read House of Ash & Brimstone, I was happy I gave it a chance. Despite the teen looking image, it is very much an adult fantasy novel. Gigi is a half demon bounty hunter who find herself in one predicament after the other starting on the very first pages. She kind of blunders her way through life directed by her emotions, even when she knows that is not the way to go. Along the way she makes some wonderful friends and frienemies. As this is from Gigi's perspective, you truly feel her emotions and confusion when she starts realizing there is more to her life than she originally thought. Flashbacks and weird dreams make her want to run straight forward into that River Denial but the world just won't let her. Starks' characters are wonderfully flawed and fleshed out with chances to grow further. The main characters evolve as you read into a small family that both helps and hurts each other. And the interactions add more to the mystery and frustration that Gigi are going through. Set in a world where demons and normal humans live side-by-side with an uneasy truce, it is easy to see how Gigi is walking a fine line, especially when dealing with governmental agencies. The world picks up elements from other fantasy books but builds well in its own ways. There is wonderful detail and imagery to help one truly sink into the modern world as well as the realms of hell.

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