This is the second book in the black sun's daughter series starring Jayne Heller demon slayer. Jayne and her team find themselves embroiled in a conflict with the voodoo queen of New Orleans.
I have now read the first and fourth (Killing Rites) books, in the series first. The two books whetted my appetite to read more by this prolific author.
Once again with the author has put together a dynamic and delightful urban fantasy. As entertaining as the story is you can learn something from the character development. In reality there often is a thin line between good and evil, black and white and right and wrong. This is clearly demonstrated by some of the compromises Jayne has to make in the story. The plot is intricate without being confusing. The setting in New Orleans provides some interesting backdrops providing both analogies and metaphors for the human condition.
The author provides plenty of action a lot of emotional turmoil to keep you turning the pages.
I enjoyed the sequel and recommend it
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