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Bottle Demon (Eric Carter Book 6) (original 2021; edition 2021)

by Stephen Blackmoore (Author)

Series: Eric Carter (6)

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Title:Bottle Demon (Eric Carter Book 6)
Authors:Stephen Blackmoore (Author)
Info:DAW (2021), 301 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:****
Tags:fantasy, fiction, ARC, netgalley, magic/magic users, paranormal elements, read 2021, urban fantasy, Genre Minx Reviews

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Bottle Demon by Stephen Blackmoore (2021)

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After reading the prequel to Bottle Demon, Ghost Money, I was so curious as to what, if anything, was going to happen next to Eric Carter?! Not every plot can successfully bring a character back to life after an extended period of death but Bottle Demon nailed it. I was just as much in the dark as Eric about what was taking place with him after he had been awakened and I loved speculating right alongside him. I felt that his confusion and his process for finding out what was taking place was realistically done and added a great mystery element to the story. With each scene another puzzle piece dropped into place and pretty soon I had a clear picture of what was truly happening and it was intriguing.

Also, I found that I had such compassion for Eric because he never seems to get a break. When he finally had a measure of peace it was taken from him and I liked that he understood it and, in his way, mourned that loss. Of course, he is not the kind of guy to just sit around feeling bad for himself, especially not when there are others who really need his help. So, expect that in his way he kicked butt and took names in this story. There was plenty of action, magic, and the kind of paranormal activity that I have come to expect with the Eric Carter series. It was good to see some of the characters that I have come to know in this series but not all were actively a part of Bottle Demon. There was a distinctive feeling that if this series continues, this book will be the one that changed the direction of what we can expect in future books. I, for one, cannot wait to see what is next!

This review is based on a complimentary book I received. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating. ( )
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