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For the first time in millennia, the all-consuming Darkness has been pushed back. Thanks to Arthur and his ragtag army of women, there's finally a light at the end of the tunnel. Or there would have been if Mammon, Princess of Greed hadn't awakened. Powerful enough to level a town with the blink of an eye and ally to no one, Mammon has one goal and one goal only. To own everything in Hell, starting with Arthur and his friends. And if he can't stop her from taking over while fending off attacks from Hell's ruling class, well, let's just say that his chance to stop the Darkness will slip from slim to none.
©2017 Jason Cipriano (P)2017 Jason Cipriano
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4 out of 5 stars
By Aaron on 21-11-2017

Good, but.... Very VERY short.

This book was good, but very short for being a squeal. Also, it was scattered, with very little focus, with the plot constantly changing with random crap that keeps happening. Once the main cast gets close to resolving one issue, another comes up to cause even more problems, and that makes the second problem even worse.

in the end the writer Des Ex Machina's a lot of problems, which just feels annoying. If the this book had taken its time and explored the implications of each issue before introducing another problem that must be resolved RIGHT NOW, then i would be more forgiving. As it is, 3/5 for story. Good, but .... lacking, and way to short for an entire credit or a book. Brandon Sandersons Novella's are bigger. If you're shooting for a book, at least shoot for 8 hrs in length, otherwise categorize it as a novella plz.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Matrin Zachs on 11-11-2017

I don't know why I expected more but I did

If this were a video game I would be more forgiving of the ridiculous nature of this storyline but it isn't. So I feel cheated. It had potential but lacked scope...drive....passion. Again I shouldn't complain but one thing I did like was the reduction in sexy scenes.

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