Shadows

Shadows Four years ago Caulborn agent Vincent Corinthos stopped a hellish ritual intended to transform Ulysses Pendleton into a creature of utter darkness With Pendleton safely imprisoned in Ashgate Penitent

  • Title: Shadows
  • Author: Nicholas Olivo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Four years ago, Caulborn agent Vincent Corinthos stopped a hellish ritual intended to transform Ulysses Pendleton into a creature of utter darkness With Pendleton safely imprisoned in Ashgate Penitentiary, Vincent and the rest of the Caulborn figured the world was a little bit safer Until now A catastrophic failure with the prison s security systems sends Vincent and thFour years ago, Caulborn agent Vincent Corinthos stopped a hellish ritual intended to transform Ulysses Pendleton into a creature of utter darkness With Pendleton safely imprisoned in Ashgate Penitentiary, Vincent and the rest of the Caulborn figured the world was a little bit safer Until now A catastrophic failure with the prison s security systems sends Vincent and the rest of the Caulborn into Ashgate to try and prevent the inmates from escaping They secure all but one Pendleton.Now, Vincent s in a race against the clock to find Pendleton before he can finish the job he started four years ago, and smother Boston in shadows.

    One thought on “Shadows”

    1. Not much has changed from my earlier reviews. I like the world the author created but dislike the main character.

    2. *I received a free copy of this audio book for review via Audiobookreviewer*I didn’t even hesitate when I was offered to review this book. The series has been a lot of fun to listen to. It combines a lot of my interests. Most of all is mythology, Mr. Olivo takes deities from several different mythos, mainly Greek, and works them into the present day. Being that I am a gigantic nerd and I share a love for many of the same things that the author references and writes about throughout, I knew I w [...]

    3. Pretty good read and addittion to the series even if it mostly served as a set up for the futire books. Vincent annoyed me a bit in this one and acted a bit stupid but apparently there's some explanation for that. There were a lot of questions at the end of this book and I hope we get answers to most of them in the following novels. This is an interesting series and an intriguing world and looking forward to reading more.

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