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Sunday, May 11th 2008

1:30 AM

The Devil's Right Hand - Spotlight & Review

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book cover of 

The Devil's Right Hand 

 (Dante Valentine, book 3)


Lilith Saintcrow

The Devil's Right Hand by Lilith Saintcrow  September 2007 by Orbit

(from back cover) " Meet Dante Valentine. Necromance. Bounty Hunter. She is short on sleep and not a happy camper.

She's just signed away seven years of her life - and her partner's - to hunt down four rogue demons that have escaped from hell. Maybe she'll find them. Maybe they'll find her. Nobody said it was easy being the Devil's right hand."


This book, the third installment in the Dante Valentine series, continues the on-going adventures of kick-ass heroine Dante Valentine and her seemingly uncanny ability to land in some deep trouble no matter which way she turns. It's non-stop action, introduction of a few new interesting characters and finding out more about the characters I'm already hooked on kept me flipping the pages to know more. I'm still in awe of the world Dante lives in, and find Lilith Saintcrow's rendering of Dante's world completely absorbing. I love the character of Japhrimel, and can't wait to find out more about him!

Definitely another two thumbs up for this book.


Posted by Amber:

I didn't read on after this book. I just found the whole story got too complicated and Dante just wasn't as much fun anymore.
Monday, May 12th 2008 @ 11:50 PM

Posted by Judi:

I went and bought the last two, I still want to know what's going to happen.
Wednesday, May 14th 2008 @ 11:26 PM

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