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Review: For a Few Demons More

For a Few Demons More
Title: For a Few Demons More
Author: Kim Harrison
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
Publisher: Eos Books
Copyright: 2007
Pages: 546
Keywords: urban fantasy
Reading period: 12-13 January, 2008

Another urban fantasy featuring the witch, Rachel Morgan, who runs an in­ves­ti­ga­tion agency with a vampire, in a world where ordinary humans were decimated by a virus and vampires, Weres, witches, pixies, and more live openly.

Morgan is reckless and addicted to living on the edge, and her friends will pay a heavy price before the end of the book. You’d want Rachel on your side in a fight, but you’d probably be ex­as­per­at­ed with her the rest of the time. She battles demons, both metaphor­i­cal and literal, before bringing the book to a bit­ter­sweet conclusion.

This is the fifth book in an ongoing series. The books are heavily linked together and best read in order.

Enjoyable and fast-paced.

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