She wakes up in her own grave. She doesn't know who put her there, she doesn't know where she is, and she has no friends or family.
She only knows two things: She has a job to do: cleansing the night of evil. And she knows her name.
- Publisher: Orbit
- Release Date: November 1st, 2011
- My Copy: eCopy received from NetGalley.
- Pages: 288
- Series: Jill Kismet Series
- Genre: Urban Fantasy
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|Angel Town (Jill Kismet)|
It’s so sad to see a series that you have been following for a while come to an end, but seeing it end so well is definitely a plus.
I have loved the Jill Kismet series since 2009 and a fan of Lilith Saintcrow from then on too. Lilith knows how to write the nitty gritty to a point that you will be pulling out your hair and saying “why, G-d, why?”.
Jill has literally been through hell and it was a balm to my heart seeing her get some comeuppance. I have to be honest though and say that Angel Town dragged a bit, but it definitely had by it’s grips enough that I read it in one sitting and was definitely smiling when I was done.
I really don’t want to ruin his final installment to anyone, let me just say that Angel Town is the cherry on the cake that every Jill Kismet fan needed. Go out and get it!
Previously on The Jill Kismet Series:
Review of Heaven’s Spite to come!
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