Hell To Pay
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Turner, dying from blood loss, uses the last of his strength to cut the fingers holding the card from Thawne's hand.
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Photos Add Image. Edit Cast Credited cast: Peter Brown Johnny Behan Jeff Davis Mean Joe James Drury Hell to Pay Nightside 7 by Simon R.
In the wake of the war that left the Nightside leaderless, Jeremiah Griffin-one of the last of the immortal human families-plans to fill the power vacuum.
But his granddaughter has disappeared, and he wants John Taylor to use his special abilities to find her. Except someone-or something-is blocking Taylor's abilities.
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May 19, Kathryn Ford rated it it was amazing Shelves: urban-fantasy. What can I say? I love this series! I loved this book, just like all the others in this series so far.
If you haven't read this series, then start it! Feb 26, Timelord Iain rated it really liked it Shelves: reads , genre-uf-pnr , audiobook-listen Even as I complain about repetitive elements, I continue to slam these down Feb 03, Andrew rated it really liked it.
After reading my way through the first six books of the series and read to what really represented the culmination of one of the main story lines its fun to read a book from the series which is more concerned with the storyline at hand and not the bigger picture although there are still plenty of references of what happened before and hints of what there is still to come.
Also I think Simon Green felt that after all those books he didn't need to spend so long describing both the characters and After reading my way through the first six books of the series and read to what really represented the culmination of one of the main story lines its fun to read a book from the series which is more concerned with the storyline at hand and not the bigger picture although there are still plenty of references of what happened before and hints of what there is still to come.
Also I think Simon Green felt that after all those books he didn't need to spend so long describing both the characters and the unique environment of the nightside.
As a result the action felt quicker and more intense as it started pretty much from the first chapter and didn't really let up after.
As a result I was less inclined to put the book down and stop reading - now that is how to spent a Saturday afternoon. That said there are still a lot of big questions swirling around in this series not only as part of the fall out from the climax of the last book but of how the characters find their peace and I guess how the various transitions of power come about.
This series may be at times predictable but it has never stopped being fun, am looking forward to the next one.
View all 3 comments. Dec 06, Soo rated it liked it Shelves: audiobook. The central story for this book was okay but not a whole lot happened that made me "Ooo" or go "A-ha!
Plus there is only so much you can take of it happens that way because of Nightside. Great narration as always! The story was good but not amazing.
Jul 18, Alondra Miller rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , books-i-own. May 02, David rated it liked it Shelves: fiction-fantasy.
This one set a deus ex machina high score. Jun 15, Ben Truong rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal , urban-fantasy , horror , mystery.
Green and centered on John Taylor, the main protagonist, who is not a private detective per se, but he has a knack for finding lost things.
In the wake of the war and with the Authorities dead, Jeremiah Griffin one of the last of the immortal human families plans to fill the power vacuum, but his granddaughter has disappeared and he wants John Taylor to use his special abilities to find her except someone or something is Hell to Pay is the seventh book in Nightside Series written by Simon R.
In the wake of the war and with the Authorities dead, Jeremiah Griffin — one of the last of the immortal human families plans to fill the power vacuum, but his granddaughter has disappeared and he wants John Taylor to use his special abilities to find her — except someone or something is blocking his third eye.
Jeremiah Griffin is a nasty piece of work. He's an immortal who built his empire on the carcasses of his foes.
So, when John Taylor is hired to find his granddaughter, he had little choice, but to accept it with or without his powers. With his powers seemingly gone, he has to go through the investigation the old fashioned way — questioning each and every member of the fearsome Griffin family.
However, things are not going to be easy as Taylor thought — as fanatical nuns and gangster Chimera attack him along the way.
Hell to Pay is written somewhat well, albeit a tad repetitive — the old fashioned questioning of the Griffin family seemed repetitive and a tad slow and Green kept telling us how dangerous the family is, but falls flat after the umpteenth time he wrote it.
Furthermore, the Griffin family seems a tad boring, comparatively speaking for Nightside characters — immortal human businessmen don't seem as creative or scary.
Accordingly, I wondered where the Griffin family was during the war and why they weren't mentioned in earlier books if they are so powerful and fearful.
For the most part, I fell that Hell to Pay is a transitional novel with the promise of things to come. I do like the fact that there is less world building in this installment, which is to be expected after six installments to the series.
It frees up a lot of space for action, which beside the interrogation of the Griffin family was rather quite exciting with all the twists and turns along the way.
It's good to have John Taylor going back to his roots as a working detective again, because that was missing from the last couple of novels, which I sorely missed.
Although reading about the Lilith War was nothing to sneeze at either. All in all, Hell to Pay is a wonderfully written book that feels like a transitional novel in the series, which makes it rather weaker than the others.
However, it's still a good continuation of the series, which I plan to read in the very near future. Jul 20, Anna rated it it was ok Shelves: meh , modern-fantasy.
As a longtime fan, this is the book that turned me off to the Nightside series, and it's all the Griffon's fault.
Well, not entirely. Green has a noticeably repetitive writing style, not just in plot lines but in descriptions. The latter being the part that really gets on my nerves after this many books into a series, not to mention when the same descriptions are also used in the other books and series that he has written.