Powerful warlock and tattoo artist Gage has managed to escape the magical Ivory Towers who terrorize the rest of humans and monsters – but at a price. Now he must join forces with his nemesis Gideon to stop an unknown entity who is using old magic to commit gruesome murders. And if that’s not keeping him busy enough, an investigator recruits Gage to help her track a killer … who might be targeting tattoo artists.
My Thoughts :
I enjoyed the first full length novels in The Asylum Tales and have been eagerly awaiting the release of the final installment. Split into three parts, each released within a week of each other, this series really wants to go out in a special way! It is sad that thing are coming to an end but I always have to admire authors who find a way to finish a series and also let go of something they have created and spent so much time and energy on.
Jocelynn Drake really put a lot of time and effort into the first books in The Asylum Tales and she hasn't slacked off for the big finale. This novella size story is full of excitement, mystery and revelations which means that the next two parts will end up being read before anything else on my 'to be read' pile. I can't wait to see how the author will leave Gage and the other characters. She has really done a great job with Demon's Fury and it can only get better in the next two books.
This series is so different and delicious you will have to try it to believe it. Very urban, generously filled with fantasy and a good helping of the paranormal, the concept is interesting and compelling. Writing from the male perspective can't be easy but the writer seems to have done a great job (would need a guys opinion to be sure) and it must have been a challenge to make it work.
If you haven't already tried this series then start at the beginning because there is no way you can start here. If you have already read the previous books then you need to get hold of the three final pieces of the puzzle. Two are already available with the last part coming this Monday. Be warned : I am not sure but it looks like the books are only available as e-books. So get a Kindle app for any of your devices and suck it up if you aren't a Kindle lover. You won't want to miss this finale.