Working outside the bounds of the law is Deputy Archibald "Arch" Stan and demon hunter Lafayette Hendricks. The t ...more
Anyway. I didn't love Gideon as much as I loved Hollywood but he definitely had the bigger badder bad guy thing going on. RJC was definitely right when he made the 'not for kiddies' disclaimer, but I love it. The ch ...more
Those demons are getting nasty! Robert J. Crane turned up the volume in horror in this second installment of Southern Watch series. New types of demons and familiar faces. I love the action and the humor.
Mr. Crane has said that this is his least popular series and as such is on the back burner in order of writing, publication and release; book 8 was tentatively scheduled for 2019 and has been pushed back until 2020 and I'm d ...more
I enjoyed the expansion of the two demon civil servants/men in black types. their interactions where nice. Starting continues to intrigue me.
So all in all this one read as a bad extended length chapter linking books 1 and 3. if I didn't have them all downloaded I a trilogy I would never have picked up book 3 after reading this. as ...more
Just prepubescent nonsense and I'm glad the author knew this books worth by offering it for free. Because it sure as anything was worth any amount of money (or time) ...more
Another good book. So much action! The weirdest part of this book, well the two weirdest parts, were Geideon and the OOC. Who knew that there was law in their home base?! And Geideon! Weirdest demon ever! And what is Arch? Or his wife for that matter? I can't wait to read the next book. What a cliffhanger? I can't wait to read the next book!. ...more
Four stars for the story and the characters are getting to be more in depth. They still need work more background story.
I am beginning to understand some of the guys life and motivation behind who they have become, but book 3 and we still unsure of a lot. Plus the cussing is just ridiculous.
Mr. Crane has done it again. This sequel to "Called" was spectacular. It kept me reading it. You just can't put it down. He fleshed out the characters of Arch, Hendricks and Erin well. It is like you know them, especially if you are from a rural area. A good read. Can't wait to read the next installment. ...more
I was forewarned by Crane that I might not like the disturbing scene that everyone was talking about so he wanted to let me know to watch out for it. And I admit it was disturbing indeed, but I also know why it was there. We needed to truly see the emptiness that Gideon is and the depravity of the situation showed us that Gideon only cares for his next "fix", so to speak. So from an author's standpoint, I believe that Cr ...more