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Infernal Father of Mine (Overworld Chronicles #7)

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Justin's reunion with his father starts with a punch to the face and their capture by Exorcists, a cult branch of the Templars supposedly disbanded centuries ago. The Exorcists banish Justin and his father, David, to the Gloom.

Fighting to escape exile, Justin discovers everything he knows about his father is a lie. Even worse, the man is a complet
Kindle Edition, 403 pages
Published March 20th 2014 by Raven House
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Apr 05, 2014 Karen rated it it was amazing
As with other John Corwin books, I have to start this review with a disclaimer since I'm one of a handful of beta readers for John Corwin's books. With that said, the reason I read John Corwin's books both in advance and after publication is that I really enjoy them.

This book is a continuation in the Overworld Chronicles. Justin finally learns more about his father who is the the source of at least 1/2 of his powers, and develops a better understanding of the Gloom, a dimension between worlds th
Apr 06, 2015 Milan rated it it was ok
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Jun 12, 2016 Liza rated it really liked it
I have enjoyed how John Corwin has progressed each book continuing to advance an incredibly elaborate story. I have not been let down yet by his writing and consistency within each consecutive book. Justin gets to finally get to know the who his father really is and what the truth is about his parents and his fathers plans to marry a woman other than his mom. In the beginning Justin sees his father as a complete jerk but once they are captured and sent to the Gloom by a group of rogue Templars ...more
Edwin Zheng
Apr 16, 2014 Edwin Zheng rated it really liked it
Just finished Infernal Father of Mine and I have to say I was impressed but not amazed by it. John Corwin changed so many facts in the book that I find it hard to digest. What we thought were true in the previous six books were completely changed in this addition (the secrets his Father told his mother). The father changed so much that I had a hard time reminding myself that it WAS his dad and not just a whole new character. I don't know...this book was okay but okay isn't what i'm looking ...more
Peter Calderas iii
Apr 28, 2014 Peter Calderas iii rated it it was amazing
Awesome read!

I've read all the previous books in the series and am in awe over how John Corwin is able to keep building such an amazing story. There is NEVER a dull moment in ANY of the books. I'd love to see this brought to the small screen. I think it'd give Buffy the Vampire Slayer a run for its money.
Jul 23, 2014 Devan rated it it was amazing
Awesome author! He is so creative, making every book a treat to read. Sometimes when an author is this many books into a series, their work can become a little stale. Not so with John Corwin. Will have to check out his other books now.
Mar 04, 2015 Tanya rated it really liked it
one to read

This hS been a great book getting to know about Justin's father and how his parents got together has been great. A little more personal and great action. On to the next one!!
This was probably one of the slower moving books. I devoured all the others Still a great book though
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May 21, 2016 C.S. Lane rated it it was amazing
Great Continuation of a Great Series!

Fantasy well done, as the author plays out another plot in a much larger conflict of this series. Well done!
Apr 29, 2014 Stephen rated it really liked it
This book was very good, but not as good as the earlier ones. Now I wait for the next one to come out
May 22, 2014 Yvette rated it it was amazing
The best one in the series. I couldnt put it down read it in a week. would have been less, but im a mom and very busy.
Mark Zielinski
Jan 12, 2016 Mark Zielinski rated it it was amazing
Love this series, just wish the books were longer. lol, can't have your cake and eat it too I guess.
May 26, 2016 Burnett rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own, series
exceptional work once again just cant seem to put the book down once I start. I even take it to work with me, "book worm" anyone.
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John Corwin is the bestselling author of the Overworld Chronicles.

He enjoys long walks on the beach and is a firm believer in puppies and kittens.

After years of getting into trouble thanks to his overactive imagination, John abandoned his male modeling career to write books.

He resides in Atlanta.
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