Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Review: Estatic Evil by Amanda McNeil

ASIN #: B005C1AMK0
File Size: 197 KB
Copyright: 2011

Book Summary:
(Taken from Amazon)

Tova Gallagher isn't just your average tough as nails, intelligent Bostonian.  She also just so happens to be half-demon, and halvesies have an important role to play in the supe world.  Whether they choose to go with the instincts of their demon or human half is supposed to predict the outcome of the endtimes, and now Tova has a deadline to choose sides.  But all of that is hard to care about when she's just met a sexy stranger on the edge of the Charles River.

Mandy's Review:


The cover art is okay.  I'm not in love with it, but it does show depictions of the two main characters in this tale.


A halvesie, Tova must decide which half of her genetic makeup she will side with by her 25th birthday, the good or the evil.  Being evil is easy, especially with the use of her demonic powers, but she doesn't want to give up the good side either.

Is there a middle ground?  Or will Tova have to decide between the fairies (good) and demons (bad)?

Main Characters

Tova - Half-demon and half-human.  She's smart, independent and a co-owner of a Boston bookstore.

Greg - A werewolf; Tall and sexy.  Greg has an animal magnetism that draws Tova to him ... despite her feministic personality.

Bartleby - Tova's cousin.  He's the demon assigned to Tova to make sure she chooses her evil side.

Fae - The fairy assigned to Tova to make sure she chooses her good side.


It's an interesting, and sexy, twist to the whole 'good vs. evil' war that wages inside of every one.  It's a well-written semi-quick read that romance, fantasy and erotica readers would enjoy.

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