The End of the Line
by Gray Williams
The flow of the story lacks cohesion, making it a difficult book to read.
I found the plot it hard to follow, and the characters lacked depth. With the characters becoming confusing from early in the book.
When her criminal crew decide to hire an Abra to help with their heists, they don’t expect to raise a demon, or to quickly lose control of it. Now Coleman and her crew must travel across Siberia to a remote stone circle in order to kill this murderous creature, who has destroyed everything they hold dear. But as the demon’s power grows, a battle of wills commences. Coleman must fight to survive, facing demons both in chains and within herself.
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