Holland’s a man who’s good with death. Good at death.
When his daughter goes missing, he finds himself pitted in a deadly game against the Gods themselves. Powerful enemies surround him—a changeling, a mage, and a god who wants to destroy the world.
With silver bullets in his gun and death on his mind, Holland aims to set things right…or die trying.
For the captors of Holland’s daughter, death is not only on it’s way, it’s in their very possession as Holland’s daughter isn’t just a girl…in fact, she’s barely mortal at all…
She’s Ankou, Death’s daughter, and she’s not an easy mark.
The battleground has been set, the world’s at stake, and all Hell is about the break loose.
Masters of Blood and Bone is an epic clash between good and evil, life versus death, Gods against mortals, a timeless story of power and corruption and one man’s pursuit to protect what he loves at any cost.
Made it: 24%
Why it didn’t work for me:
This book is graphic. Graphic language and graphic violence (both horrific and sexual). I can handle the language, I can even handle some violence, but the when violence turned sexual with the graphic language all at once, it was just too much and I couldn’t press on. That said, the book is well written and the plot was holding my interest. I think the appropriate grimdark audience would probably find a lot to like in it (and the e-book is only going to set you back $3.99) but I just couldn’t stomach it. If it doesn’t bother you, then go for it. You might enjoy it.