Hunting in Hell Praise For The De la Roca Chronicles Action packed fantasy adventure with a strong female antihero D L MORRESE Author of The Warden Threat just the right pacing The way this author Violante describ

  • Title: Hunting in Hell
  • Author: Maria Violante
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  • Page: 115
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Praise For The De la Roca Chronicles Action packed fantasy adventure with a strong female antihero D L MORRESE, Author of The Warden Threat just the right pacing The way this author, Violante, describes new worlds and planes is brilliant TERRA HARMONY, Author of The Akasha Series Gritty, imaginative and entertaining reminiscent of King s Praise For The De la Roca Chronicles Action packed fantasy adventure with a strong female antihero D L MORRESE, Author of The Warden Threat just the right pacing The way this author, Violante, describes new worlds and planes is brilliant TERRA HARMONY, Author of The Akasha Series Gritty, imaginative and entertaining reminiscent of King s Gunslinger foreign, alien and fantastic M PAXAuthor of Semper Fidelis Compelling and well written a great read CHARLES M PULSIPHERAuthor of The Crystal Bridge I was hooked from the start so luminous, I can only think that she paints pictures in her head as she writes MICHAEL OFFUTTAuthor of Slipstream Fans of the mercenary De la Roca can now enjoy HUNTING IN HELL, a two book volume that includes both HUNTING THE FIVE and HONOR IN HELL Follow the demon mercenary from the American Southwest to Hell and back PART ONE HUNTING THE FIVE It s a side of the southwest never glimpsed by mortal man a heartless, barren outback riddled with ruthless demons In its ignorance, humanity is powerless to stop these escapees from Hell and the havoc they create with their dark magic Good thing De la Roca isn t human A gunslinger with no memories of her previous life, she has fought for the last three hundred years on the forefront of a supernatural war, relying only on her wits, her reflexes, and her own demonic powers all to pay for her own release from Hell The Angels wouldn t send her in alone and unarmed, though Alsvior, her gifted if contrary steed, and Bluot, a legendary revolver with an unquenchable blood lust, have been with her every step of the way alone with a series of terrible nightmares that might hold the keys to her past Then, an Angel appears with a bargain that seems to good to be true five final targets, and she is free from her penance Quickly, she discovers that her old methods are not up to the task, and she s forced to team up with a mysterious gatekeeper and another mercenary both of which need her for their own plans With time running out, she has to figure out who to trust and who to kill, and fast, before she s demon food PART TWO HONOR IN HELL Can anyone be trusted Betrayed by both Laufeyson and the Mademoiselle, and sent on a quest by an angel that might actually be her enemy, the demon mercenary De la Roca bolts into Hell with murder in her heart Her simple mission for revenge quickly spirals out of control Between the Consortium of power hungry angels, the serpentine Oracle, a strangely absent God, and the knowledge that her mount just happens to be a man under a curse, just about everyone around her has a secret and most of them are trying to get her killed Unless, of course, she can kill them first.

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    1. Maria Violante

      Well traveled and uncoordinated, Maria Violante is the best selling author of several books in the spec fic realm all of them crossovers that require hyphens in the genre description see gladiator dystopia rom sci fi, shifter western historical, or gunslinger mercenary urban fantasy She enjoys a well roasted coffee, Bell s Winter White Ale, and lives in Michigan with her Chihuahua, Beau, also known as Piggy Wiggy.

    836 thoughts on “Hunting in Hell”

    1. I m still not entirely sure what to make of Hunting in Hell, but I really didn t enjoy reading it Sometimes a book with dark content can still really be fantastic, but as this one proves, there can be such a thing as too dark I also didn t particularly like the main character or the writing style It felt too slow when it was supposed to have action, and it had too much action in the parts that were supposed to be slow Of course, this is my personal opinion, I still recommend that people read it [...]


    2. There was a good storyline, throughout the story, De La Roca figures our who she was what had happened to her I liked it, though the ending wasn t how I expected it to be, but I still liked it Good plot.


    3. I found that the story captured my attention immediately I liked the main character De La Roca very much Somewhere or other I had gotten it into my head that I had read she was not a very likeable character Perhaps I m confused and getting my titles mixed up, but I found nothing to dislike She was tough, but not over the top unbelievable bad ass Each chapter was very short so I never felt pressured to keep going til the end as I sometimes do with less interesting stories In fact, I found myself [...]


    4. Hunting the Five 2 review showHonor in Hell 3 review showThe links about are the individual reviews for the two books contained in this compilation I l give Hunting in Hell a three star In order to do this I am generously choosing to ignore the break in the middle that separates it into two books The second book picks up exactly where the first ends and seamlessly continues the story that was left completely unresolved at the end of book one Unless I m not being completely clear here I ll reiter [...]


    5. If you liked the Lilith Saintcrow Dante Valentine series or want something to read after The Hollows from Kim Harrison, or if you re a fan of Kelley Armstrong s Otherworld of Women series, then you ll be fond of De La Roca I would also say it s a natural what to read next after you ve finished the Sonja Blue vampire series, and if you long for old Anita Blake, you ll enjoy these books It s not your typical smart ass female lead urban fantasy that you see too much of on the bookstore shelves, but [...]


    6. thetbrpile.weebly 1 post 2It had all the makings of a mind blowing story arch, but there were things that derailed me and I never fully got back on the train There were frequent POV shifts, and tenses, and too much information At times I felt like I was being deluged by things that weren t being properly explained I also felt a bit bereft at the end After the lengthy journey I d taken with the lead character, De La Roca, I didn t feel a connection.That being said, there was plenty to like about [...]


    7. I wanted to like this, love it even, but I just couldn t What s not to like Badass heroine, demons, angels, fighting, and a horse that turns into a guy But the characters were pretty flat The ones I liked most were secondary characters at best There was a lot going on but it was the MC reacting to things rather than her doing anything on her own The POV changed too many times There were parts where I lost track of who was saying or thinking what.


    8. Not my usual read Read this book with both my girl 18 and my boy 16 After reading, I looked for other books in the same genre Loved the fact the book is written in short stories A lot easier to get through Kids liked it Fast paced, lots of action Not a predictable book Pick it up even if not your usual read, you won t regret it.


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