Friday, January 9, 2015

The Hour of Dust and Ashes by Kelly Gay

The Hour of Dust and Ashes by Kelly Gay
2011, Pocket
Series: Book 3 of Charlie Madigan

Synopsis: To save her sister, she must stop a silent killer. . . . 

Protecting Atlanta from the off-world criminals of Underground is tough enough, but now Detective Charlie Madigan and her siren partner, Hank, learn that the addicts of the offworld drug ash have begun taking their own lives. Ash makes humans the perfect vessels for possession, and something or someone is leading them to their deaths. Charlie is desperate to save her addicted sister, Bryn, from a similar fate. As New Year’s Eve approaches and time runs out, Charlie makes a deadly bargain with an ancient race of beings and embarks on a dangerous journey into hellish Charbydon with Hank and the Revenant Rex to save Bryn and make it back before it’s too late. Only, for one of them, coming home means facing a fate worse then death. . . .

The Good: I love this series. I fell in love with Charlie from the first page of the first book and this book makes me love her that much harder. Oh, and Hank. I do love him so. Some really great action happens here, but more importantly, some extremely necessary character insights and developments. There are some phenomenal emotional highs and lows going on in this book. This series keeps getting better and better.

The Bad: Not a thing.

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