Monday, 28 May 2018

Sons of Darkness by Todd Hanley


Hello Readers, 

This one isn't as spoiler free as I would like I'm afraid

Thank you, LibraryThing for the chance to read this ebook for free in exchange for an honest review.

From the start I found this book to be brilliantly addictive. They story is fast paced from the beginning to end and an all-round brilliant story. It’s got guns, motorcycles and demons trying to claw their way out of hell. What more can you want?  

The Catholic Church has found an ancient doorway known as The Bore that once opened, will allow The Devil to break free from his prison and takeover our world. The Bore has been re-discovered in the depths of the Mexican Jungle, revealing the legendary weak point in the barrier that divides Hell and Earth.
 
The Catholic Church wants to seal the Bore forever to stop the darkness of hell seeping through to our world. The Devil’s human worshippers have their own merciless plan and will do anything to free The Devil from his prison.  
 
A shadowy organisation known simply as the Order (see scary name) is willing and ready to help the Devil break free and serve him. Standing in his way is another ancient faction, the Templar's and an ex-soldier. Tom the Ex-solider turned mercenary bodyguard already down on his luck is part of a firm unknowingly hired by the Church to protect the site but are unaware of the reality of the situation and the danger they are in.  

The Devil allows four ancient creatures, who call themselves the Sons of darkness, to break out of Hell and punish the man who stopped his escape from jail. For standing in his way the Devil decrees that Tom needs to be punished, Tom suddenly finds himself plunged into a deadly race against Hell’s undead assassins. He must come to terms with the fact that the fate of the world hangs in the balance.  

If you’re looking for a good story, Sons of Darkness will do the trick. The characters are well written and the author has done a brilliant job bringing this story to life. I can't wait too see if there will be any follow up books. I would recommend this book if you’re looking to try a different genre to what you would normally read. 

L x 

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