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Review of ‘The Devil’s Metal’ Karina Halle

Rating: 5 stars
Genre: paranormal, romance, couldn’t put down, demons


I knew starting this book that it wasn’t going to be another ‘Experiment in Terror’ story – but I was still excited – a mixture of paranormal, sex, drugs, rock and roll with Karina Halle’s writing, where could I go wrong?!
And as usual Karina Halle has managed to pull off another 5 star offering!
We are introduced to Dawn in 1974, she cares for her alcoholic father and younger brother who suffers from Tourette’s and she still grieves for her mother who committed suicide years before. Unexpectedly, a call from Creem Music Magazine, surprises her and she realises she may achieve her dream of becoming a famous music journalist, as they announce she is being sent on tour with her favourite rock group, Hybrid.
The tour is one that will go down in “history”, for reasons no-one is sure of, but Karina Halle builds an atmosphere of tension, first between the band members, and then outsiders. The ominous feeling builds, often with just a few words, or a short conversation, not necessarily with a full-on paranormal event, and therein lies the beauty of her writing!
And Sage!! I wanted to wrap him up and . . . . HMMMMMMM . . . . !! Really looking forward to the sequel :-)!

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2 thoughts on “Review of ‘The Devil’s Metal’ Karina Halle

  1. This sounds interesting. It reminds me a little bit of a supernatural version of “Almost Famous”

    There is also a long forgotten movie staring Ozzy Osbourne and Gene Simmons called Trick or Treat that also reminds me of this.

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  2. I've been wondering about this book. I've seen another friend's review and I LOVED Sins & Needles. This one sounds really different, especially with the paranormal aspect. Great review and I'm excited about those 5 stars. 🙂

    regards,
    cleo of Denali Law Group

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