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.
by Sylvain Reynard
Released: January 7, 2020
Series: Gabriel's Inferno #4
Published by Berkley
“Much like the other books in the series, this book has an elegant approach to it. A lot of the prose feels poetic and I do really like the attention to detail.”
~ Under the Covers
Sylvain Reynard returns with another installment in the Gabriel’s Inferno series. Much like the other books in the series, this book has an elegant approach to it. A lot of the prose feels poetic and I do really like the attention to detail. There are some times when I do think it’s too much and takes over the pacing of the novel, but I do appreciate the author’s effort to keep the concept alive.
In this book, more character develop happens with Gabriel and Julia. There are more moving parts to this book because of the characters and I do felt like it moved at a brisk pace, especially in the beginning. The short chapters makes it easy to consume and I still love the fact that it’s set in my hometown, so I feel an even strong bond to it because of that.
While it may not be my favorite of the series, I do think readers will enjoy the update on the characters as well as the story that Reynard has provided this time around.
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