Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Lake's review of The Good Son by D.J. Butler

Reviewed by -- Lake Leafty
Book Review of -- The Good Son (Book 6 in Rock Band Fights Evil) by D.J. Butler        

My overall star rating -- from 1-5        

Get it on Amazon        

About the book:        
Heaven doesn't want them. Do they stand a chance in Hell?

The band knows him as their tight-lipped lead singer Jim, but Jacob Bar Azazel is Satan's only son, a man with thousands of years of history and a heavy burden of cursed love. Now against all the odds and despite facing terrifying foes, the ragged rock and roll band have made it to Hell in time for the opening of the Liminal Year. Can they get through the hordes of Hell to the Council Chamber? Can they keep it together long enough to get what they came for? And what exactly does Jim have up his sleeve?

The Good Son is the sixth installment of Rock Band Fights Evil, a pulp fiction serial.
Book creation ratings:
Overall total -- 30 out of a possible 30
-- Story & characters -- 10
-- Cover & title -- 10
-- Editing & formatting -- 10
* based on a 1-10 scale with:  1-4, poor; 5-7, good; 8-10, very good

The Review
-- 1 -- Fast Paced, Action Packed.        
-- 2 -- Flashbacks done well.
-- 3 -- Interesting twists on what Hell is and isn't like.        
-- 4 -- Lots of Cliff hangers.        
-- 5 -- Son of the Devil, need I say more?        

Reader Recommendations
Genre -- Pulp Fiction.        
Age recommendations -- 17+        
Sex content rating -- No Sex. Someone's Father is be-headed in the name of Love.
Violence rating -- 9/10        

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