Review: The Darkest Edge of Dawn

The Darkest Edge of Dawn
Author: Kelly Gay
Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Pocket (August 31, 2010)
ISBN-10: 1439110042
ISBN-13: 978-1439110041

(4 stars out of 5)

Urban fantasy isn’t my cup of tea; but, as always, there are exceptions to the rule. In this case, The Darkest Edge of Dawn is a fun , fast-paced book that will not only appeal to the “urban fantasy” fans but any fans of the fantasy genre.

Atlanta is plunged into darkness and Detective Charlie Madigan, with her siren partner, must stop a serial killer who is killing the angelic Adonai. 

Product Description

It takes a strong woman to keep the peace in a city of endless night. . . .

Deep beneath Underground, a cunning bid for power and revenge has begun—one that threatens to make Atlanta the new battleground in the ultimate confrontation between good and evil. The powers of hellish Charbydon have the upper hand after plunging the city into primordial night. And under the cover of darkness, a serial killer targets the most powerful Elysians in the city, the angelic Adonai. For Detective Charlie Madigan and her siren partner Hank, tracking deadly predators is all in a day’s work . . . but this case will test the limits of their strength and friendship as it draws them into a deadly world of power plays, ancient myths, explosive secrets, and a race against time that risks all that Charlie holds dear.

Awesome story mixed with strong and interesting characters makes “The Darkest Edge of Dawn” an extremely good read. I liked the mythological creatures and the action. Solomon’s seal, jinn, hell-hound, dragon how can you not get hooked on this book?

I give it 4 hell-hound puppies out of 5.

I received this complimentary book from Pocket Books for review purposes.


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