Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Review: Demon Underground by S.L. Wright
Release Date: December 7, 2010
Allay Book #1
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Half-human and half-demon, Allay has finally warmed up to her new life feeding off the customers at her downtown bar when she finds herself brokering a truce between New York City's most powerful demons. But when she senses assassins around every corner, Allay hides out of sight and underground-until combatants in the growing war tempt her back above the surface. Her choice is clear: live in fear or change the world as everyone knows it.
Sadly I found DEMON UNDERGROUND just as slow moving as CONFESSIONS OF A DEMON. Again I still enjoyed the plot and the characters. Allay has to make tough decisions again and loses people she thought would always be there for her as well as got support from people she didn't think she would. She really makes progress in finding out who she can trust. Enemies are made, Allies start to show themselves. There is a lot of development in Allay discovering who she is and what she wants out of her life. Mystify and Bliss really brought more to the story and we get to see a whole new side to Allay's New York. If you you liked CONFESSIONS OF A DEMON You wont be disappointing with DEMON UNDERGROUND.
I gave it 3.5/5