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Review: Desolation by Derek Landy

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Summary CW’s: Violence, Heavy Gore

Reeling from their bloody encounter in New York City, Amber and Milo flee north. On their trail are the Hounds of Hell – five demonic bikers who will stop at nothing to drag their quarries back to their unholy master.

Amber and Milo’s only hope lies within Desolation Hill – a small town with a big secret; a town with a darkness to it, where evil seeps through the very floorboards. Until, on one night every year, it spills over onto the streets and all hell breaks loose.

And that night is coming.


Well Desolation was not what I would have expected after reading Demon Road lately and absolutely loving it. The sequel had such a promising potential, but in the end, the book did not feel very well thought out. I have read that Derek Landy had only 6 months for this book and this definitely shows. The pacing is miles off and makes the book drag on, new characters are one-dimensional and overall 3 new POV’s are not tied in very well. I did not hate Desolation, but it definitely is weak. I enjoyed reading it to some extent, but don’t think that I would ever have the will to make it through these 460 tedious pages again. Let’s just hope that the finale is better!

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