Aug 122013
 

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.

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Jul 292013
 

Angels are real. Hellmouths open on earth. Morgan’s action-fuelled first effort is just. Plain. Fun. Characters with murky pasts? Check. A new, interesting set of takes on old, worn-out tropes? Yup. Page-turning action? That, too. Alice is half an angel, with double the power, if only she had any idea of what was going on. Angels turn up, and turn out to be rude. Fallen angels are found from the least (or would that be most) likely places? The bad do good, and the good are often arseholes, in service to an abstract alleged greater good. Ambitious. Ambiguous. Fun.

 

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