Demons on the Dalton by Donald G. Firesmith

Review of Demons on the Dalton by Donald G. Firesmith:

Demons on the Dalton by Donald G. Firesmith is the second book in the Hell Holes Series. The first book, What Lurks Below, is narrated by Dr. Jack Oswald, however this book is narrated by his wife Angela. The book begins with a quick recap of what happened in the first book before continuing where that one left off. The three remaining survivors are continuing their journey south. Along the way they pick up a couple survivors.

This book has a fast paced story line and lots of action. I couldn’t read it fast enough. While the entire book takes place over the course of only one day, it is quite eventful. I found myself at the end hoping to see news of a third book. There is no mention of a third book, but the ending gives the reader hope for a sequel. I would recommend this book to all readers. There is a bit of gore in the book, which is expected given the subject of the story. However, I did not feel that this detracted from the story.

*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

EDIT: As of February 8, 2018, author is in the process of writing the third book. The author hopes to have the initial manuscript finished in March of this year and published by mid-June. For more information on the third book, To Hell and Back, visit the author’s website.

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About Samantha C. Fischer

Samantha C. Fischer lives in Virginia with her daughter. She spends her days working a ‘real job’ and her nights and weekends trying to juggle spending time with family, reading, and writing book reviews. Her interests and passions include all things pagan, any book with a good story line that draws you in, and nature. Samantha graduated from American Public University with a Bachelor’s in English.
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