Guy problems: terminate with extreme prejudice.
Nava is hot on the heels of a demonic serial killer and finally working with her brother. The assignment should be a dream come true, not a nightmarish power struggle made worse by her twin's refusal to believe there's corruption within the Brotherhood. ...more
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Finally we get some character development from Nava - although not nearly enough to be really satisfying for me. I just have a problem with grown-ass people that fail to communicate so miserably. Seriously you are not 12 anymore.
Whi knows me, knows that I definitely preferr badass-heroines and as much as I like Nava with all her imperfections and quirks - she is no real badass, because she decides to stay cowardly a lot of the time and never ...more
I don't normally read ARCs twice but when it came to book three in the Nava Katz series I'm so glad I did. I was slumping hard when I went through it the first time and I missed so much because my brain was like "yeah, you want to read this, and we like it, but nope to books". Goin ...more
The Nava Katz series is one you have to read in order. Each installment builds a little more on the characters and world and takes us on a new adventure. It’s been a month between Sting and Need. Ari has his powers now thanks to Nava his sister, her relationship with Rohan is over, and she’s looking for the witches.
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Need is a crazy ride! It’s another whirl wind adventure with some hilarious moments. Their were a few surprises along the way and the ending was a happy o ...more
Let's cut to the chase. I wanted to smack Nava. Hard. Quite a bit. The romance? Bloody infuriating one way ticket to frustration-ville. But I so enjoyed this book.
It's my favorite in the series not because of the plot or the romance but because I loved, nay adored the character building.
Book 3 picks up one months after book 2 and you get thrown right into the deep end. Lots of action and emotional dramas.
I was a bit annoyed by Nava and ...more
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.In this 3rd edition of the Unlikeable Demon Hunter, we see Nava finally get a case with her brother. However, it's not the partnership that Nava would like. Now that Ari has his powers, he has this superiority complex that is causing issues between the twins. He is totally taking over the case. It is rubbing Nava the wrong way, but she also has a...more
Like the book before it, Nava lets the men in her life walk over her. I would like nothing more than to punch Ari in the face. Because really if my sibling got almost killed and told me the party responsible for it I would do my best to
Rohan still gives me whiplash. I have no idea what to think about him. I really don't. That said, (view spoiler)[I liked where this book ended, in terms of Rohan and Nava. Not because I think Rohan deserves her - I don't - but because I don't want her to roadblock herself lik ...more
But the beginning (hell, the majority of the story) was slightly confusing and brought up some questions, such as:
1. What the hell is happening between Nava and Rohan? And Ari and Kane, for that matter.
2. Why is Ari being such a dick? His magic was cool, though
3. W ...more
Mostly because they finally stopped playing games with each other and got together--WOOHOO!! but also because of how the group are growing as characters. Nava has come a long way from that rather unlikeable person she was in the first book and i love her now. She's snarky but fun and i love the commaraderie she has with almost everyone in the demon hunting squad. We're really getting to know them now and I'm so looking forward to the next one.
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Need (TUDH: Need) is Book 3 in Deborah Wilde's, Nava Katz Series. Books 1 and 2 are TUDH & TUDH: Sting, and this new addition takes the series to five titles. The other two titles are companion stories, including: Slay - Book 1.5; and Crush - Book 2.5. Access details for Crush, which isn't present on retailer sites, are included in the final pages of each book, and via Deborah's website (listing details can also be viewed on Goodreads). When I submitted t ...more
Yet again, another hilarious installment. I absolutely love this series, and it's fascinating getting to know all the characters a bit more. This wildly imaginative world of demons and demon-hunters is a very exciting one. Nava really is something else...
First, let me give a shout out to the narrator Hollie Jackson. She hit the mark with the new villain in this one. I loved his voice and accent.
But for the rest of the book...
On one hand I become so annoyed with Nava. Sometimes she pushes me to the point where I want to give up on her. On the other hand, I just can't wait to see her throw the middle finger up to The Brotherhood. I'm torn between loving the overall story and wanting to break up with Nava's antics. ...more
Ari finally got inducted as a Rasha and gets his first mission from the (seriously women unfriendly) Rabbi Mandelbaum, who came over to congratulate the new hunter.
The mission: a serial killer is on the loose, leaving the victims without any blemishes on their bodies. How did they die? How did the killer get to them?
As if that isn't enough, Nava is headstrong into unearthing the corruption of the Brotherhood and kee ...more
So, where to start? I’m not sure who I’m more angry at, at the start of Need; Nava or Rohan. Possibly Nava since I can see the m ...more
I was unsure about Nava when I read the first book, in my review of that book i warned new readers about some of the language and the very liberal attitude Nava has to drugs and sex. I did say the book was very well written with strong characters and an interesting world which Nava inhabited. I am so glad I stuck with the series, the shock value from the first book is gone and once you get past the quirks in Nava's behaviour this is an amazing series. This is more a yo ...more
This is one of those books that I recommend you start reading in the morning, because you will not put it down. I am going to give you my opinion, but please do not continue reading if you haven't finished the second book; there will be spoilers!
When I finished reading the second book, I wasn't really liking Rohan. I couldn't believe he would do what he did with the groupie, and whatever happened with Lily. Then to top all of that off, he didn't even visit ...more
The most striking thing about thus book, and the series as a whole, is that despite the magic, mayhem and paranormal elements to these books, Nava - and many of the characters for that matter - is incredibly human and it’s this that grounds the book. The characters are so well written that I can empathise with many of them, Nava, Rohan, Ari, Kane despite this entire book being from Nava’s POV (although there are shorts on Deborah Wilde’s website from other POV’s). In fac ...more
Did you ever have one of those books that you have to put down for one reason or another and the whole time you are away from the book, you just want to finish whatever task you are doing so you can get back to the book? That’s exactly how I would describe this latest installment for this series. The snarky Nava is back, and even though sometimes she seems like she’s in over her head and too stubborn to admit it, in this book, she gets back on track with her brother, and with Rohan, but it is no ...more
Book three gave me a new frustration - Ari!! Oh brother, I wanted to give him a swift kick in butt, but again, the tension between Ari and Nava whilst on their first assigned s ...more
I thought th ...more
Just released book 5 of my Unlikeable Demon Hunter books and it i ...more