Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Seven Deadly Sons by C.E. Martin [Review]
Seven Deadly Sons (Stone Soldiers #7) by C.E. Martin
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: February 7, 2014

Stone Soldiers
0.1. Stone Soldier
0.2. Stone Soldiers: Catching Fire
0.3. Stone Soldiers: City of Bones
1. Mythical
2. Brothers in Stone
3. Blood and Stone
4. Shades of War
5. Black Knight Down
6. Armageddon Z
7. Seven Deadly Sons - Kindle

C.E. Martin
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Synopsis (Goodreads)
A new breed of werewolf has come to Miami, murdering retired Nazi Hunters. Bigger, stronger, and faster than any werewolf ever seen, these mysterious creatures seem to be capable of striking any point on the globe at will. To prevent further deaths, America's super soldiers will have to track the monsters to a long-forgotten German base in Antarctica and unravel an ancient mystery buried beneath the polar ice.

The Stone Soldiers are America's secret weapon against the forces of darkness. A small detachment of psychics, supernatural soldiers and men turned to living stone, they respond to threats conventional forces cannot face. Battling myths, monsters and legends around the world, the men and women of Detachment 1039 stand ready to do whatever it takes to stop evil in its tracks.
*Kelly's note -I had an awesome ass review going here when my computer decided to bitch slap me and laugh in my face. Seven Deadly Sons review 2.0 is now commencing!

Thoughts on Seven Deadly Sons: This series is so fun! In a big 'splosions, shoot 'em up, badass soldiers, and wicked bad guys sort of way. With the added bonus that Colonel Kenslir has such a screwy family thing going on. Between his relationship issues and his slightly skewed family tree, things are COMPLICATED.

In a good way, of course. In a good way.

This book gives us werewolves. It's a well kept secret that I have a thing for werewolves. I mean, not these werewolves or anything because they're kinda douchey. I blame the extreme cold for that. Or possibly the fact that they were douches before the whole werewolf thing. Either way, they're in a snit and they're causing problems for the Detachment 1039 team.

As with previous books, the action is non-stop, the stone soldiers can take a beating, and the team continues to grow in mysterious and sometimes alarming ways. My favorite thing about this series? There's always a possibility we'll see familiar faces again, even if they fall in battle. That Fountain of Youth is a wondrous thing, isn't it?

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