Made to Suffer
Book 3, Journeyman
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WARNING: This book is for mature readers only. Not for children. It contains adult themes, violence, coarse language, sexual situations, nudity, and paranormal themes.
The Adventure Continues
From author Golden Czermak, comes the third installment of the riveting Journeyman Series.
The Celtic Otherworld sits on the edge of a knife, threatening to fall into the waiting jaws of civil war. With the fate of the fourth artifact hanging in the balance,
can the Journeymen succeed in preventing such an atrocity from happening?
Complicating matters, the great demon Dajjal has finally made it to the Earth. Dispensing with niceties and formality, he asserts his dominance over the Noctis, their allies, and all other living things.
What hope do the worlds have for peace when they were Made to Suffer?
I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review.
This is the third book in the Journeymen series and you must read them in order. As you get more familiar with the characters and what's going on in the world you will be more comfortable with the way the author writes. The first few books I found it difficult to keep up with the jumping around but this is necessary in the way the story is told.
There are things happening simultaneously and you can only have one point of view being told at a time. So to do this it seems the author has a case of ADHD but I'll assure you that's not the case - it's just the way the stories has to be told.
So - Made to Suffer. Gosh, so much going on with the Journeymen this book but really it's the new demon on the blog that's wreaking the most havoc. He's very sure of himself. You can't help but want to see his demise. What a jerk...and that's putting it lightly.
Gage, Ady, Jake, Marcus have been given their own assignments. Some of those are together and some apart. There is a traitor in the midst and there's one part of the story I wish the author would have made more gruesome. HA! Does that make me crazy? I don't know but paranormal novels are known for violence - it's paranormal for goodness sake's.
So onto the rest of the journey. Looking forward to reading how the next chapter in the Journeymen series plays out.