Nava has come a long way from being a hot mess flying solo. She’s now one of the major players on the chessboard, leading the charge against a witch with dark magic, a power-mad rabbi, and the impending apocalypse.
Friends will die and secrets will be exposed. Add imprisonment, torture, and the biggest, baddest demon of them all who h ...more
I have to admit.. this wasn't my favourite of the series. The final instalment of The Unlikeable Demon Hunter series had a lot of things to wrap up. It has been an incredible ride, and build, in this six-book journey and I honestly can't imagine ...more
*I was lucky enough to get an ARC for an honest review.
The first time I saw the movie, The Fifth Element, my only thought was "there is just too much going on to keep track of it all." Since that first viewing, it has become one of our favorite movies to quote and now I can see how all of the on screen chaos is needed to complete the story. I say this because while I was reading this final installment ...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.The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Burn is the final book of the Nava Katz series by Deborah Wilde. It was highly anticipated for me as the previous book left off with a bit of a cliffhanger. That's going to make this book pretty hard to review, especially for those that have yet to read that book.
We were left with the fate of Nava, the Rasha's and the
The author weaves a brilliant tapestry of wit, romance, and girl power sprinkled with demons. Nava has come so far since her first PD; coming into her power, her confidence (and intestinal fortitude) despite everyone doubting her, and of course the unparalleled love story with Rohan Liam Mitra. Now, she faces her greatest “adversary” (you’ ...more
This book kept me on the edge of my seat. I loved it.
Deborah did a brilliant job with this book, the amount of growth for these characters especially in this last book was epic, from the ashes they rise and become some of the best characters I've ever read.
I ❤❤❤❤❤ so much.
Great job, I felt like the conclusion was so well handled and although I will miss Nava and Ro dearly this book did justice to their story and left their story in an amazing place.
I highly recommend this series as ...more
I can't believe we are at the end of this amazing series!
What a wild ride this has been following from Deb's first book right through with Nava's journey. I thought that this book was amazing and Deb knocked it out of the park as usual. I had no idea what to expect with how everything left off in the previous book, but this book was everything I had hoped it would be.
I loved the humor/snark that is used through this book, which has also been ...more
It's action-packed, fast-paced and it features all of our beloved usual suspects. The author is able to tie magic, tradition and a world of intricacies in a wonderful resolution where she pulls a ...more
My Kindle Unlimited membership runs out in a few days and I've been struggling to get into this, which is strange considering I read the fifth book not long ago and love these characters.
I'll try again in a few months, start from the beginning again and see if I can get into it then (I really hope so!)
So, I'm trying again--not from the beginning--and hopefully after a few other good urban fantasy stories, I can get into this...
And I did, sort of ...more
Nava is not the Babyslay of the second book, but a well developed woman confident in her abilities and recognized by ot ...more
Where to start? This series is one of the best that I have ever read, and I've read plenty of great series over the years. Deborah's skill at writing leaves me in awe. Her characters, her imagination, her descriptive powers, her story-telling, her ability to pull you in and not let go, all astound me. In fact, her chutzpah matches Nava's perfectly!
Nava has grown into herself over the course of the series and is finally comfort ...more
At first I didn't want to start reading because, you know, it would be real, the serie would be finished :(
But after the cliffhanger we got in the last I needed to know how it would all go down and boy did it deliver!!!! (yes! I need to write so many ! because omg!) :D
I have been a fan since the first hour, devouring the books, laughing my ass off, yelling and raging at the author, crying in the middle of the night, yet this one truly is one of the best (i ...more
With the Apocalypse fast approaching it is up to Nava to bring everyone together to stop the power-hungry Mandelbaum and his band of crazies. Witches and Rabbis must find an understanding and start working together for the world to survive even if it requires following one of Nava’s half- baked plans. But it has always been said, “Never make a deal with the devil” or demon same diff.
This series will now forever hold a special place in my heart.
I can't believe it's done! So many unexpected things happened and the end was just... it's... I'm gonna miss this SO MUCH. Most especially, Nava's kickass and smartass self. And of course, the smexy times. THE SMEXY TIMES. Rohan now tops my ultimate book boyfriends list. My heart now belongs to this soulful, sexy, rock god. Lol. And can I just s ...more
Nava is just all kinds of kick ass, and during the course of the series we've gotten to see just how amazing she is. Not that she is without faults, but it's the way in which Deborah Wilde handles the flaws of her characters that made this series one of my favourites.
As with the end of any series, there will be things that don't go as we'd like it to be. And while I'm pretty darn happy with how things went this was just slightly ...more
This is a ...more
I’ve loved this series because very little of it has been predictable, even Nava’s conversations and thought process were never predictable. This series wa my first real dive into pnr romance and I’ve loved every minute. Nava ...more
I have never regretted the end of a storyline as much as I do this one. Nava and the brotherhood, Nava and Rohan, Nava and her family ... as well as the other side relationships that are occurring ... Deborah Wilde has given us a rich, full experience.
Nava has taken us on many wonderful adventures. And now that it’s come full circle, all the storylines weave together into a beautiful story. Read this last (?) great adventure you will fall in love with the characters all over again.
It is always bittersweet to read the last book in a series that you really enjoy. I love Nava and Rohan and their crazy kind of relationship that works for them.
There is plenty of action and that great romance that has been a highlight of the series is a main focus too.
This book is a great ending for fans of the series. It doesn't leave you ...more
The last book in the series it was OK some of the pacing was an issue but we do get a good closure of the series with possibilities left open for more books set in the "world".
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This well-written and exciting installment is the awesome conclusion to an amazing series. The storyline is a fast-paced, action-packed rollercoaster of magic, emotion, and growth of the main characters. The secondary characters aren't slouches either! While we must say goodbye to this wonderful series, I'm also looking forward to Deborah's next undertaking. With luck, there will be plenty more wit, charm, sass, and snark. I loved all these volumes and if you love Charley Davidson, then you w ...more
While I am sad to see the end of the series I was happy to see all ...more
So I loved this series when I first found it when it had three books and was one of those blotchy readers who was irritated that I couldn't read the whole thing at one time but the wait was worth it. Ends were tied up without losing the plot (harder than you think with multiple books), characterization developed but sensibly and the romance works in the end. Great series. Great job.
This has been the most entertaining series that I have ever read. The characters are fantastic. Suspense, love, betrayal, magic, demons, hunters and one sassy, funny, foul mouthed heroine to wrap it up. This is my favorite series of all time and I don't think it can be topped. I can't wait for Leo's book and hopefully appearances from familiar characters.
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Burn is the 6th and final book of this series. This was the best written yet. All of the loose ends were tied up nicely.
Last we saw Nava she was being taken. This book picked up right where book 5 ends. We learn wether or not the witches and Rashas can put their differences aside for the greater good.
I hate to see this series end but I am excited to read Leo’s book about a demon private eye.
Just released book 5 of my Unlikeable Demon Hunter books and it i ...more