God Killer by eden Hudson

This is the final battle for Halo; the Fallen Angels vs. the Whitneys.  Tough, Colt, Tiffiny, Desty, and Tempe are put to the ultimate test.  Can they save themselves, Halo, and the world?

God KillerTitle:  God Killer
Author:  eden Hudson
Series: Redneck Apocalypse Book 03
Publish Date:  February 29, 2016
Genre:  Urban Fantasy
Source: Provided by the author

Publisher’s DescriptionThe disturbing final chapter in the award-winning Redneck Apocalypse series.

The last battle for Earth is here.

Rivers of blood are going to flow.

Anyone who doesn’t die in the first hemorrhage is going to wish they had.

Possible spoilers beyond this point.

Invested_Ivana_100Invested Ivana says…

“Fight and die or live and cry.” –eden Hudson

God Killer is the last installment in the Redneck Apocalypse series by eden Hudson. I chose Hudson’s previous books to win the 2015 Standout Award; they are just that amazing. As a conclusion, God Killer doesn’t disappoint, but it does surprise.

Winning back Halo and the world is something of a Pyrrhic victory; so many people die.  But everyone is fighting, sacrificing themselves for what they feel is right regardless of how little they feel they have to offer.  Everyone wants a chance at a better future; if not for themselves, then for those who come after.

Given that this series is about very broken people in impossibly dark and tortured situations, I was not expecting the final book to be filled with hope and redemption. But it is, and it’s not out of place at all.  In fact, it is kind of a nice surprise.

badge5v4I don’t feel I can say much more without giving away the good stuff.  I can’t recommend this series enough. If you like Supernatural, Jessica Jones, or other dark heroes, this is the series to check out.

Our reviews in this series…

Other reviews…

If you like this book…

…you might try the Void City series by J.F. Lewis, the Cursed series by Amy Braun, and Marvel’s Jessica Jones TV series on Netflix.


About Invested Ivana

I'm currently a freelance line editor, a book blogger at One Book Two, and lifetime reader. I like geeky things. All opinions expressed on this site are my own and do not reflect the opinions of Red Adept Editing or any of my clients, the other reviewers on this site, or this site as a whole.

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