Give the Devil His Due by Rob Blackwell

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    A Wild and Terrifying Ending of the Trilogy

    A Soul to Steal revealed an ancient Celtic myth in which a man and woman could gain tremendous power around Halloween, provided they faced and conquered their fears. Quinn O’Brion and Kate Tassel, two small-town journalists, became the Prince of Sanheim and used that power to defeat a serial killer.

    In Band of Demons, Quinn and Kate battled a new threat, two legendary creatures who had already destroyed everyone in their path. But Kate and Quinn’s victory came at a heavy price.

    In Give the Devil His Due, Kate’s only hope to save Quinn is to trust the man who took him from her. Don’t miss the epic finale to the trilogy that has readers raving about its great characters, plot twists and deft combination of urban fantasy, mystery and suspense.

    The Lord Sanheim rules forever…

    Amazon Review by Raven’s Bliss:

    Rob Blackwell
    Rob Blackwell

    A STELLAR conclusion to one of the best trilogies I’ve ever read. My hubby turned me on to the first book of the series and we have been die hard Rob Blackwell fans ever since. I can devour a book in hours, but I took days to read this, just because I didn’t want it to end!!! Blackwell really brought out the big guns to finish this series — unfortunately, he hit on pretty much every fear that I have (SMALL spoiler alert here) … clowns, prison, and the dark … all in one or two chapters.

    But even though I was scared, I couldn’t skip a word! Plus, the Star Wars reference was AWESOME and just the right bit of foreshadowing. LOVED that part. And the twists of the battle … well, I need better words to even convey how perfect it was. Also, how he tied the Banshee and the Headless Horseman together was really clever — not sure if it’s based on fact but who cares? It only added to the Prince of Sanheim mythology he’s created.

    Blackwell created a completely new world in such vivid detail you could see it and feel it, especially the creepy things. I found myself gritting my teeth, holding my breath or trying to read with one eye closed, waiting to see what would “appear” next. The cornfield scene will be one I NEVER forget (and now have added creepy cornfields to my list of fears!!) His imagination is dark and twisted yet somehow he effortlessly manages the suspension of disbelief — not an easy feat, but he pulls it off better than most seasoned writers and makes it look easy.

    There were surprises galore, fantastic three-dimensional characters and such quality writing that I never wanted it to end. In fact, as soon as I finished this one, I started back at A Soul to Steal (book 1 of the series) and its even better than the first two times I read it.

    If you haven’t read A Soul to Steal and Band of Demons, you MUST read them (in fact, you need to read them to get the full impact of this book), but really, you should read them all anyway because they are incredible. If you’ve been watching the new TV series, Sleepy Hollow, this series blows it away — wish they would have turned the Sanheim Chronicles into a TV series instead!!!!!

    I just can’t say enough good things about this series. It will remain one of my all time favorite trilogies (in a world where trilogies have become a little (or a lot) tedious. Give the Devil His Due will NOT disappoint. Blackwell just gets better and better. I have no doubt he’s going to have a long, illustrious career.

    I can’t wait to see where he takes us next!!