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    This is a clever, sharp toothed little beast

    This novella is a clever, sharp toothed little beast. It’s violent and wicked but not without some very black humour. From the first sentence I was drawn into this world, so very like our own but not quite the same. A resemblance to the Renaissance period with Prosper as a Da Vinci figure is unmistakable but with the alarming and often amusing addition of demon possession. From the unnamed demon hunter/exorcist main character, to Prosper and the demons themselves, the characters are vibrant and so very genuine in their terribleness. The ending was surprising and it made me shake my head and chuckle a little guiltily at the same time. I would love to see more stories with these characters and to delve deeper into this strangely familiar world. As it stands with just this one story I am satisfied by how it concluded but I would really love further adventures and mayhem. I can only hope for a novel or two in the future. Heck, I'd read a whole series! Thank you to Macmillan-Tor/Forge for providing an Electronic Advance Reader Copy via NetGalley for review.

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