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Damnation By Peter McLean,

  • Title: Damnation
  • Author: Peter McLean
  • ISBN: 9780857666642
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shambolic demon hunting hitman Don Drake is teetering on the edge of madness in this smart, witty urban fantasy novel Don Drake is living rough in a sink estate on the outskirts of Edinburgh, doing cheap spells for even cheaper customers while fending off the local lowlifes Six months ago, Don fled from London to Glasgow to track down his old girlfriend Debbie the alchemShambolic demon hunting hitman Don Drake is teetering on the edge of madness in this smart, witty urban fantasy novel Don Drake is living rough in a sink estate on the outskirts of Edinburgh, doing cheap spells for even cheaper customers while fending off the local lowlifes Six months ago, Don fled from London to Glasgow to track down his old girlfriend Debbie the alchemist With the Burned Man gradually driving him mad, Don meets with an ancient and mysterious tramp slash magician, with disastrous consequences Now his old accomplices must step into save Don from himself, before he damns himself for good this time.
    Damnation Shambolic demon hunting hitman Don Drake is teetering on the edge of madness in this smart witty urban fantasy novel Don Drake is living rough in a sink estate on the outskirts of Edinburgh doing ch

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    1. Once again I was lucky and got an ARC through Netgalley.So Damn, but isn t damnation one hell of a book McLean really did take another step up with this one I really loved the start, which was quite hard even for Don Drakes standards, and showed that you can always sink lower than you thought I hope you are ok with strong language and seeing the worst end of modern life I for one was hooked right away I was a bit annoyed in the middle part, as it was a bit much Damn, but I loved her for me If yo [...]

    2. After Drake and Dominion it was clear I was going to buy every Burned Man novel that would be published I really really liked them Damnation though this is a step up, I loved it Like the first two the third installment is dark, brutal and full of strong language but it is so much as well Unexpected turns of events and big surprises along the way.And then that ending A definite massive cliffhanger that makes me want to find McLean and strangle him Well not really strangle him because 1 he is a r [...]

    3. The thing I like most about this book, and by extension this series, is Don Drake himself You would think that someone who had the ability to control magic would be a bit together Not in this case You can almost guarantee that if there is a wrong thing to say, Don will say it Don t get me wrong, he s not malicious or evil, he is just capable of extreme thoughtlessness It s that singularly profound lack of engaging his brain that tends to lead Don into the vast majority of his troubles His lates [...]

    4. McLean takes his sad shite protagonist to another level in this book Don Drake is a nuanced character, an anti hero you can t help but to root for, even given his continual mistakes All of the danger and drama of the first two books are here, for sure, but there s the added satisfaction of fleshing out Don as a person It s easy for authors of a series to just string along an idea from book to book, but there is a real ratcheting up in Damnation that really adds to the story as a whole.No spoile [...]

    5. This review originally appeared on Pop Verse.Peter McLean is back with another instalment of his entertaining Don Drake series The rough around the edges diabolist for hire continues to pine for his guardian angel, make stupid decisions, get himself into trouble, and generally fuck up whenever he possibly could Three books in to this noir take on urban fantasy, you probably know whether or not you are on board with McLean and his hopelessly flawed protagonist Me I m a card carrying member.I don [...]

    6. Oh poor Don boy Just when you think things haven t entirely gone to crap Okay well, yes, Poor decisions thy name is Drake To be fair, this time he IS trying to protect Trixie From himself Of course, she doesn t need his help, or his protection At least she doesn t think so and her fiery blade does support that argument In Damnation, Drake has run away from his new boss and his guardian, as well as the voice in his head But running can never solve your problems, only delay the inevitable And when [...]

    7. I had a bit of trouble starting this one in the series, because, well, Don goes a bit lower than I thought he d go I was glad to see my trust in his survival skills was not misplaced, however From there, the wild roller coaster started in earnest pure fun up until the end.

    8. Another fine adventure of the Anti Dresden, Damnation finds diabolist Don Drake with an unwanted guest in his head an almost fallen angel named Trixie who loves him but not like that , and a situation that makes him a virtual prisoner because he said he s serve a war goddess.Could things possibly get any worse Yup in the form of an old sorcerer called Old Davey who speaks in any of Irish Scottish Welsh accents whenever it suits him and comes off as both the wise grandfatherly type and or the har [...]

    9. Finiquitada la 3 entrega de esta m s que entretenida serie En Damnation la historia avanza muy poco pero a cambio tenemos un viaje m s introspectivo de nuestro protagonista Don Drake, con el inter s m s que suficiente para mantenernos pegados al libro L stima tener que esperar para el cuarto libro ya que ste acaba con un cliffhanger de los gordos.

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