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Knightmare by Shayne Silvers
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it was amazing

Non-stop Action

It feels like ages since we met billionaire bookseller Hate Temple. Gone are the days of Alucard the vampire getting zapped by the religious texts.

Now, Nate is dealing with gods and monsters, all in an effort to find out who he really is and what that means for his friends and St. Louis. Arthurian knights and Norse gods have joined the party

Throughout the novel, in between fights, Shayne Silvers injects his fabulous humor, lightening the burns of all the flung lightning.

Nate does find out some secrets and comes to grips with knowledge he's been struggling to accept.

Silvers again knocks it out of the park with a novel that begs to not be put down. Scenes of warmth and "aww" neatly balance the gore. Mysteries are revealed and new questions are asked. I just finished the book and can't wait until the next installment.
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Reading Progress

July 30, 2019 – Started Reading
July 30, 2019 – Shelved
July 31, 2019 – Finished Reading

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