Demon Tracker

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Zepheira is an unusual new asset on Heaven's side in the eternal fight Good vs. Evil. With her skills, talent, and courage, she is not to underestimate, but will her strength be enough to resist the heat? More
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
  • Words: 38,750
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780463524022
About A. J. Alexander

I'm a romance author working on a paranormal romance/fantasy series, "The Council Of Twelve" series. The books are mainly suitable for young adult readers, but I heard there are quite a number of readers beyond their teenage years who enjoy them a lot. I'm very honored and proud to hear that.

My rare free time I'm spending in extreme reading, excessive pool swimming, and playing monster-monopoly. My strongest support system is my sister, most of my family, my friends, and my three cats.

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Allan Krummenacker reviewed on May 1, 2020

In this third installment of the Council of Twelve series, the author throws us a curveball of sorts as she introduces not only a new character, but a whole new angle on the mythology of this series. It's interesting to watch how the author is taking the over-arcing story of the series a step further with each new character introduced.

This time we get to meet a demon tracker, one of the best ever. However, her appearance could easily be mistaken for someone demonic herself, which is of course not the case. Besides those great horns on her head, what else is making her a target of the master of Hell. What is his connection to her and why is he so interested in asking questions about her parentage?

All our old friends are here such as the Council of Twelve, along with Sundance and Kate from the previous installments of the series. As well as some familiar foes and new dangers.

A jolly good read, which I highly recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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