Crusade PDF/EPUB º Kindle Edition

Crusade (Flotsam Series, #3) ❰Reading❯ ➷ Crusade (Flotsam Series, #3) Author Peter M. Ball – Buyprobolan50.co.uk My name's Keith Murphy For nearly two decades my partner Danny Roark and I hunted down the dark things that prey on normal humans But on what we thought was a routine job something went wrong Now the My name's Keith Murphy For nearly two decades my partner Danny Roark and I hunted down the dark things that prey on normal humans But on what we thought was a routine job something went wrong Now the end of the world is coming at us like a freight train on steroids When Danny goes down it's me who has to figure out what those fools left over from the Raven cult have planned It's a puzzle I've got to figure out before those doors open wider and real monsters—ones that my rag tag mostly demon army can't handle—come through Roark was the one who knew about all this magic and end or the world stuff not me I guess I'll figured it out as I go.


2 thoughts on “Crusade (Flotsam Series, #3)

  1. Adam Windsor Adam Windsor says:

    NB ARC received for an honest reviewThis 2020 edition of Crusade tightens the plot and the pacing of Keith Murphy's final desperate battle to stave off Ragnarok for a while at least Keith does not live in a world where there are uneuivocal victories It continues the series' blend of gritty noir and grimy supernatural and delivers a satisfying and thematically coherent conclusion It also manages the delicate task of making me feel like this story is complete and whole while still making me want to read of Keith's adventures Not always an easy balancing act that Good stuff


  2. Patrick O& Patrick O& says:

    Peter Ball's trilogy of dark urban fantasy novellas comes to a very satisfying close This low key epic of guns demons and Fimbulwinter on the Gold Coast was a fun pulpy adventure but with unexpected moments of emotion and pathos scattered here and thereI do have to admit though that I wish it had been longer; I think the story and the trilogy as a whole would have benefited from some room to breath to flesh out the action and atmosphere and maybe complicate the story a tad I also wish the ebook had fewer typos but I always complain about thatThe Flotsam trilogy has been a great read; I'm really looking forward to Ball's next project


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