Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Fang Me (Demon Underground, #3)
My rating: 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.
Oh! Its that darling dog again. The half Hellhound that never ceases to amaze me. (wistfulsigh) As Val, just about to cave in, sets out to retrieve her father gift the Encyclopedia Magicka they can't trust anyone to be one her side but Fang. Demons and vampires and spooks of the underground seem to be crawling out of the woodwork everywhere and the one thing they want is the one thing they'll do anything to get: The Encyclopedia Magicka. A race against time and the UnHoly issues and through teeth and fang Val fights through emotional waste left over from her home and emotional distress left over from a certain Angel-featured demon named Shade. Trying to deny her building inner-most desires towards the sexy man while also wildly more determined than ever to find the Encyclopedia Magicka. To add a healthy dose of pressure along with this messy situation, if Val does not find her father's gift than the end results could be deadly for all of humanity.
Okay, so as to be expected I was pleased with the end of these series, though vaguely disappointed. There seemed to be multiple climaxes and at times the hype was not worth the end results, compared to the other two satisfying novels I took five days to read this, only because I was bored by the middle and decided to start a whole different book altogether. However, this is to be expected when one reads all three installments back-to-back-to-back, you lose the intrigue and a generally appealing book becomes slightly boorish and steadfast. Despite this being said, I would recommend reading this series, just not so cramped together perhaps.