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    Amazing!!! Can’t wait for what comes next!! Wish it was sooner 😉
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    Surprisingly dark but really really good!

    Debra Dunbar has very quickly become one of my favorite authors. Her imp series is exciting, clever, funny and wonderfully written. So, I was surprised at how dark and heavy this book was. I found it very different from the style I had come to expect from this series. But even with how dark the content of the book was, it was still an excellent read. And I always love seeing Debra Dunbar’s spin on our usual ideas of angels and demons, good and evil. Can’t wait for the next book!!
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    Powerful and dark; Debra Dunbar delivers again!

    I recommend reading this book in series order; the larger context of how Red and the demon wound up here and who they are is addressed earlier in the Imp series. As an aside, Imp is brilliant, you won’t be disappointed. ***Spoilers for earlier books*** Uriel has hung up her halo and gone on pilgrimage seeking atonement; Leethu is being repeatedly summoned causing angst for the Ha-Satan. Sam, who relies heavily on her household, is irritated but too busy to help. In Penance we find out where Uriel and Leethu are. Darker and more emotionally charged than previous books, Penance is heartbreaking, beautiful, disturbing, powerful stuff. I was immediately engrossed in Uriel’s journey and cried, laughed, hoped and had those hopes dashed again and again right along with those girls. I hesitate to say any more on the content as I am loathe to ruin the experience for future readers. I would give this more than five stars if I was able.
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