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A quiet little mountain town is hiding a big problem. When the townsfolk of Raven's Peak start acting crazy, Abigail Dressler is called upon to discover the root of the evil affecting people. She uncovers a demonic threat unlike any she's ever faced and finds herself in a fight just to stay alive.
Abigail rescues Haatim Arison from a terrifying fate and discovers that he ha...more
Residents of Raven’s Peak are acting strange and the Council asks Frieda to send a hunter to investigate. She calls on the only one she knows who can handle it: Abigail.
The Council has Abigail on a short leash, thanks to her being possessed by a demon more than six months ago. But she’s determined to prove her dark past is behind her, at least that’s what she’s telling Frieda. Intern ...more
The thing about this book is that it crawls into you and doesn't let you go. You are *right there* with the characters. Vivid description are one of the things I love the most about books, and this one delivers in spades. Plus, you want to know about the characters' pasts, and where would this story lead them. You're never sure who's going to make it, or where the ...more
Arthur is a demon hunter and he wants revenge for the death of Abigail, someone ...more
I was a little jolted in parts of this story, one being the Interlude. That pulled me right out of the story and it took a day to get back to it. I understand why Mr. Cole choose ...more
At the beginning I was reminded very much of Angels and Demons, and Silas the albino monk in his lonely cell, and I have to admit my mind closed a little... BUT, I was wrong, the plot moved swiftly on in a totally unexpected direction. The character in the cell, Arthur is clearly flawed yet I felt myself definitely on his ...more
The narrator did a great job. She has a very nice voice. The production was great, no problems there.
The story. Well... i didn't think it matched up to the description. Abby goes to Raven's Peak first then everyone goes crazy. The characters were fine but I didn't really click with any of them. Abby belongs to an order that helps protect the world against the supernatural.She's a solider that has lost the trust of most of the order. ...more
Synopsis: A quiet little mountain town is hiding a big problem. When the townsfolk of Raven's Peak start acting cr ...more
This book dove right with some dark, twisted stuff, so I knew right away that I was gonna dig it. I was not disappointed. I felt like the story flowed along pretty smoothly, and I enjoyed the characters. The author did a great job building his world and all of the monsters and demons within it.
I really liked it, and think a lot of people who enjoy dark, demonic themed stories would, too. I'm definitely going to be buying ...more
From the moment I started reading Raven’s Peak, I couldn’t put it down. Raven’s Peak is a quiet little mountain town hiding a big problem – the townsfolk are starting to act crazy. Abigail Dressler is called upon to discover the root of the evil affecting people, and as such, discovers a demonic threat of epic proportions.
Abigail rescues Haatim Arison, a young man who has a family legacy in the supernatural, something ...more
I downloaded a copy from the Kindle Scout programme because I have enjoyed other works of fiction by this author.
This is an unbiased review.
Raven’s Peak is the story of Abigail Dressler, a relatively inexperienced “hunter” charged by a secret society with finding and subduing demons. Faced with threats greater than any she has encountered before, she must ally with Haatim Arison, who is oblivious to his own roots in this peace-keeping crusade.
Raven’s Peak finds the perfect blend of realism and the supernatural. It might seem that a book listed in the Occult genre need not wor ...more
In the book, you find everything: demons, demon hunters, secret societies-- everything exprerienced by dynamic characters. Especially Haatim was depicted in a very realistic and convincing way.
I would recommend this novel t ...more
The novel opens with a lengthy but action-filled prologue where we are introduced to Abigail, a demon hunter, who was out on a mission but had been possessed by the demon she, along with two others, was sent to destroy. Her mentor, Arthur goes to rescue her ...more
The Reverend Arthur Vangeest has spent the last five years in an old forgotten prison cell. No one knows who he is. No one knows why he's there. No one knows how long he will spend there. But he spends his time lashing ...more
Raven's Peak follows... well, it's either Abigail or Haatim. So my normal opening sentence does not work here. Basically, Abigail hunts demons, and Haatim is running from his past. When Haatim unwittingly becomes entangled in the whole demon world, he meets Abigail and things start to get weird and dangerous for him. The two eventually end up at a tiny town called Raven's Peak, where people are going crazy, and where Abigail and Haatim will both ...more
Raven's Peak deals with a Abigail, a young girl working for a secret organization that hunts down supernatural threats and deals with them. Demons, cults, you name it, she does it. She was brought into this world long ago, and her backstory is facinating. There's a lot of dark twisty stuff going on in this book, and y ...more
The focus then shifts to the two main characters: Haatim and Abigail, who are thrown together in the battle against the demon who calls himself George Wertman. Haatim is my favorite character in this book. He’s bookish and heavy-set, not your typical ...more
The story begins with a dark, unsettling, spellbinding prologue and maintains the suspense until the final page.
Battling demons is rarely a task for the weak of body or mind and Abigail is certainly no exception. Strong, feisty, and with the ability to repartee just as devastatingly with words as a weapon, Abigail is an enjoyable hero to watch in action.
And as for the likeable but somewhat clueless Hateem, he may indeed find himself in more danger fr ...more
Very exciting from the start.
The prelude ended and I was suddenly without Arthur. Which didn't thrill me initially as I really liked him. I really wanted the story to be centred around him, but to my surprise it only got better. I was introduced to Abigail! What a great character! I loved her, such a strong, witty woman.
All the characters are really well written, I think Lincoln did a great job making you feel attached to them all. Especially Ha ...more
The ending though, probably pushed it down from a 3 to a 2 star for me - I completely get that series are where we're at right now, but each book s ...more
Lincoln Cole is a Columbus based author who enjoys traveling and has visited many different parts of the world, including Australia and Cambodia, but always returns home to his pugamonster puppy, Luther, and family. His love for writing was kindled at an early age through the works of Isaac Asimov and Stephen King and he enjoys telling stories to anyone who will listen.