Demon Hunters Johann Gunter and Robert Durling face a vengeful spirit—or so they think. In this twisted supernatural thriller, a demon uses a ghost as cover to try and achieve his goal.
Burning the remains of the corpse tied to the suspected vengeful spirit should solve the problem. But, when a third person dies after the demon hunters salt and burn the remains, they realize they are up against something much more foreboding and ominous. They are up against a demon.
The fight to exorcise the demon reaches fever pitch. It nearly costs one demon hunter his life—and the other must agree to the unspeakable to save him.
Running time: 5:21:56
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author and found it very entertaining. Johann and Robert head to a town where a priest and friend of Johann is killed while hearing a confession. Everyone is seeing a ghost of a nun that died in a car accident as friends of the murdered priest are dying. Johann and Robert must solved the mystery and stop the killing before it’s too late. But as usual, things are not as they appear. This could be the worst fight for the demon hunters yet. You’ll enjoy this fast paced and suspenseful tale, and maybe need to keep a light on at night, just in case.
I totally enjoy the characters of Father Gunter and Robert in this supernatural series. In this book there is a cover up of death of Sister Caroline and the ghost is inhabited by the demon Alastor. Father Gunter has run ins with the demon and Robert gets possessed. Johann still is trying to get his sister Theresa back from the demon (she does makes a brief appearance). Felt sorry for Kayden .I cannot wait until Kaleidoscope to see what Johann, Robert and Belinda come against. Recommend to anyone who likes the supernatural with demons. This book was given to me by author and I provided this voluntary review. THANK YOU!
I received a free review copy at my own request and I’m happy to share my thoughts on this installment in the Father Gunter series.
I very much enjoyed this one, the back story of Sister Caroline was rather intriguing and made for a great listen.
I do wish the stories were a little longer though, but I always wish that about a good book.