Working for the Devil by Lilith Saintcrow (‘Dante Valentine’ series Book #1)

 

Dante Valentine's Got One Hell Of A New Job     Working for the Devil by Lilith Saintcrow

‘Dante Valentine’ series Book #1

Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages Publisher: Orbit; 1 edition (Sep 1 2007) Language: English ISBN-10: 0316003131 ISBN-13: 978-0316003131  

Necromance-for-hire Dante Valentine is choosy about her jobs. Hot-tempered and with nerves of steel, she can raise the dead like nobody’s business. But one rainy Monday morning, everything goes straight to Hell.

The Devil hires Dante to eliminate a renegade demon: Vardimal Santino. In return, he will let her live. It’s an offer she can’t refuse.

There’s just one catch. How do you kill something that can’t die?

28.Jan.08 to 30.Jan.08

Review: And now I need the second book!

I liked this novel. Different from the norm and excellent. Lots of action, excellent plot, and characters so different from each other in Powers as well as personalities.

You learn a lot about Dante in this novel. Prefers to be alone, strong in mind, body and soul. She’d been through more than a person should – definitely different from other novels. For some reason, I grew very attached to her very early in the novel and felt so bad for her I cried with her. I love her personality and enjoyed her sarcastic nature. I do believe I’m really going to like this series.

Rating: .5

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