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Book Details from Amazon:
File Size: 3002 KB
Print Length: 219 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Tim Marquitz (July 13, 2012)
Publication Date: July 13, 2012
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Half-devil and miles from anything resembling heroic, perpetual underdog Frank "Triggaltheron" Trigg is the last man standing against Armageddon.
As the favorite nephew of the Devil, Frank has led a troubled life, but he'd always had his uncle's influence to fall back on. Now, with God and Lucifer coming to terms and leaving existence to fend for itself, his once exalted status of Anti-Christ-to-be does little to endear him to the hordes of angels and demons running amok in the Godless world.
With help from the members of DRAC, an organization of wizards, psychics, telepaths, and low-end supernatural beings, Frank must thwart the pro-Armageddon forces and rescue an angel in whose life rests the fate of humanity.
Better luck next time, humanity.
Once again I’m coming in late with my review. I had received this copy from an earlier publishing, but that in no way diminishes the ride or the fun of finding a new favourite “hero.”
Frank “Triggaltheron” Trigg is an all-out lust-filled, sex-on-the-brain, somewhat arrogant Mike Hammerish equivalent demon. And he’s a hoot. Granted, I did get a little tired of his semi-constant horny-talk, there’s only so much one can take before it becomes a repetitive slowdown versus a character trait. But, author Time Marquitz pulled back just as I noted this repeating.
ARMAGEDDON BOUND is to be read by those who want escapism. Who are not looking for politeness or correctness in their reading. When I mention Mike Hammerish that’s the character I mean…someone who isn’t apologetic for being out and out male. Frank is rough around the edges, he is Lucifer’s nephew after all. His ex is a succubus. And he can’t keep his mind clean when talking with his “cousin” the angel Scarlett.
We’re also talking the feel of duelling old time mob families. Hey, so what if one side is supposed to be angels.
One point here, because I wasn’t able to read straight through, within hours or a day or two break, I did find myself losing track of characters. I wasn’t sure who was who or where they first showed up. Again, whether this is a situation brought on by how I was able to spend time reading or perhaps too many introductory characters in this first book of the series, I don’t know.
Which leads to me letting you know this is the first book of at least nine books, according to Amazon. Tim’s Amazon author page
I will be adding these books to my wish list as well as Tim’s other books. I’ve enjoyed the humour of ARMAGEDDON BOUND and look forward to discovering if this continues in Tim’s other books or what else I may find.
Thank Hell there’s more books! I loved the ending line of this one.