Kathryn Meyer Griffith is a prolific writer and on my must read list.
From critters to demons to angels, Kathryn is a able to spin a story that spins my mind.
Check out this gorgeous cover. Doesn’t it make you want to read it now?
A time of Demons by Kathryn Meyer Griffith has a wicked cover. It gives me a feeling of impending doom. This is Book I of the Before The End Series and after reading this, I cringe at the thought of what lies ahead. This paranormal suspense novel had me, not just rooting for the gang, but rooting for one specific demon too. I want to know so much more about him, about Rayner.
Cassandra and Johnny made their way through life by singing in bars. Sometimes you just have to make do. Her gift appeared after she was burned in the fire that killed her family, but she still had her brother, Johnny. She now lives in the upstairs of her Aunt Ellie and Uncle George’s duplex. Johnny insists on living alone.
She sees death and so much more.
Don’t even tell them what you see. Don’t ever tell them anything. Oh she’d learned.
Rayner is a blood demon, though most would call him a vampire. He didn’t know why his victims were suddenly haunting him and he hated it. He felt something big was coming.
Mannasseh watched out for the girl. She didn’t know her destiny. Cassandra had a vital part to play in the upcoming battle, the beginning of the end.
Rayner had been watching Cassandra and, literally, bumped into her. She was different. She could see him. How is that possible? He wanted learn more about her. I have a feeling about her and Rayner. Not sure what can become of that, but I am very curious.
The demons cloaked themselves in invisibility and were growing in number. They were arsonists, wife beaters, murderers, doing all they can to create discord and disaster. The demons had been discreet, but were getting bolder by the minute.
Cassandra was confused by her powers. The more they developed, the more she saw and the harder she tried to shrug it off.
Sarah, her best friend, is a psychic and reads Tarot cards and palms. She believes in magic and all the hocus pocus of the Gypsy fortune tellers. She felt terrible trouble was coming, a fight between good and evil, between life and death. Her boyfriend, Walter, works in a carnival and will have his role to play as well.
Cassandra couldn’t quit thinking about the fire that took her family, something felt off about it. Why did her and Johnny survive? Her Uncle George and Aunt Ellie had no answers either.
Thoughts flit through my mind as I read. I wonder, right along with Cassandra.
Circumstances have them coming together as the forces gather around them. They are an army of God.
Can the demons hear them? Is her intuition really the demons talking to her, telling her they know where she is?
The Rapture – angels fall. Can a demon be saved?
The more I read, the more involved I become. I couldn’t help but wonder how Kathryn was going to end this. But, wait, this is Book I, so stay tuned for Book II.
A Time of Demons is a different look at the end of the world, very thought provoking. I knew where things were going, but how it got there? Now that’s another story; a demonic, tornadic, apocalyptic ride.
I have been to Poplar Bluff, Mo, a location for A Time of Demons, but I didn’t see any angels or demons.
Demon snacks – people they fed on.
Cracked me up. I love a little humor with my blood sucking.
I received A Time of Demons and Angels by Kathryn Meyer Griffith in return for an honest review.
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