As with the first two novels of this series, I enjoyed “Tempt the Devil“. Braden kept up the good work all through the story. …. she showed him the slums of Old Levapur, and forced him to look at the bodies of executed prisoners hanging from the fortress walls. Nothing he said would stop her … Continue reading Braden, J. (2014). Tempt the Devil. (The Devil of Ponong III). Wayzgoose Press.
As I’m sure you noticed, I loved “The Devil’s Concubine“. Braden begins the second installment of “The Devil of Ponong” series with this sentence: The morning QuiTai awoke completely sane, she knew Petrof was dead. If any first sentence is an indication of the quality of its novel, this one is. In “The Devil Incarnate” … Continue reading Braden, J. (2013). The Devil Incarnate (The Devil of Ponong II). Wayzgoose Press.
With “The Devil’s Concubine” Braden blows a breath of fresh air into fantasy literature that seems swamped with poorly edited stories. I am having a difficult time trying to find fault with it. You seriously need to get this story. Right now (6th May 2018) you can get it for free on Amazon. “The Devil’s … Continue reading Braden, J. (2013). The Devil’s Concubine. Wayzgoose Press
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