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Publisher Description

Would you let a stranger damn the world?

In the five years since their Pack left the ruins of a Biomne facility, Adalia Kendrick has discovered gifts of her own. While her mother Danny tries to run from the curse of the Night’s Favor, Adalia speaks to those only she can see. She speaks to the dead.

Stories of the Night’s dark gift have reached across the seas to Talin Moray, a man who will stop at nothing to possess its power. With his mastery of Vodou he brings the city of Chicago to its knees. Armies fall. Zombies roam the streets, and no one is safe. Talin will become the king of a ruined world.

Five years is a long time to run, trying to turn the curse of the Night’s Favor into a blessing. Will Val and Danny’s yearning to be free from the Night’s Favor mean losing everything? Is Adalia’s power – and the dead boy that walks with her – enough to stand against Talin?

Night’s Fall is the second book in Richard Parry’s gripping Night’s Champion trilogy. If you like page-turning supernatural thrillers with great dialogue and heart-pumping action, pick up your copy today!

Mysteries & Thrillers
June 2
Richard Parry

Customer Reviews

Lange S ,

Protect The Pack

We are following up with Val and his pack after a five-year hiatus. There are a lot of things that are sort of left out that may have occurred during that five-year break. There are many questions some of them get resolved others are left to fallow.

This part of the story involves zombies…have to say as a genre I’m not really a big fan of it. There have been a few spoof zombie movies that I have enjoyed other than that I don’t read it. Of course this author throws them into the mixing pot and I found I didn’t mind them as much with his take on the genre. We are also introduced to other forms of supernatural and time traveling or at least time jumping. Some of it did get a little confusing but I was still vested enough in Val and his big heart that I kept reading.

I think one of the reasons I like this author is his dark humor and sense of ridiculous, which bleeds through to his characters. The sometimes self-decrypting humor along with big hearts of his main leads keeps you rooting them on and really feeling their pain and loss when it happens.

This author is great at writing strong female characters, he allows them to go the full gauntlet of emotions but still remain fierce and very capable. When you put them with a male counterpart that is not intimidated by their badassery you have an unstoppable combination. It was nice that the ladies took the lead in this part of the story. Each strong in their own right but together they are an impenetrable shield.

The only stumbles were areas felt that felt a bit murky and I had to backtrack and reread at times. The introduction of new players at times was confusing as to their place in the story. Some characters you got their place in the scheme of things rather quickly others not so much. A bit more gore than the first book but the story still draws you in and you want to see what happens next.

A note to other authors when this author says there are 3 books in the series he doesn’t mean that he breaks up one story into three parts, each book is it’s own full story that threads into the next book and so on. Plus they are more than 100 pages per book please take note.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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