100 word review: Blood and Feathers: Rebellion, by Lou Morgan
Morgan’s follow-up to Blood and Feathers, out recently, picks up a few months after the events of book one, and things are getting worse. People are quite literally having shoot-outs in the middle of the road, and riots are on the uptake. That’s the thing about destroying the gates to hell, and the bombing and burning of hell itself. The book continues with the ambiguity, reminding us that the good are often the biggest arseholes. The evil aren’t much better, either. This is the second book, and things will just keep getting worse. Which is excellent news for you, reader.